Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 21

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Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 21

Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 21
2021-10-21 06:17:00
Motorists face more disruption as a main section of the A63 will close overnight for long-planned improvement works. Read more here. Stoneferry Road will be closed at night for the next two weeks between 7pm and 6am from October 18. Read more on that here. Spring Bank West bus lane closes for seven weeks. Read more here. Parts of River Hull boardwalk closed from Monday over safety concerns. Read more here. Six months of roadworks are underway on Beverley Road. Read more here. Wawne Road roundabout to close as council carry out repairs. Read more here. A decision on the future of Hull's new-look cycle lanes is set for December. Read more here. And if you park at Hull's Princes Quay it's now digital payments only. Read more here. 08:52Keith PhillipsHeavy traffic on Beverley RoadHeavy traffic reported on Beverley Road in both directions at Hall Road.08:28Keith PhillipsPolice squad to clamp down on illegal and stolen motorbikesThe motorcycle squad will use their own new vehicles to track down nuisance motorcycles (Image: Humberside Police)A new Humberside Police squad has promised to clamp down on motorbike thefts and nuisance caused by illegal vehicles across the city.The new motorbike unit is dedicated to tackling illegal use of motorbikes and antisocial behaviour it causes and has been set up by the Hull Community Safety Partnership.Read more here.08:18Keith PhillipsFuneral of Bee Lady Jean Bishop takes place todayThe funeral of local legend Jean Bishop takes place later day.'Bee Lady' Jean sadly died on October 3, just a few months before her 100th birthday.A service for close family and friends will take place at Chanterlands Avenue Crematorium at 3.30pm. Donations will go towards Age UK Hull and Magnolia House residential Home.Read more here.07:58Keith PhillipsMum-of-two needed triple heart bypass after getting shinglesIt was initially thought that Sarah was suffering from a chest infection.An NHS pathologist who fought off shingles was told she needed triple bypass surgery just nine months later when she felt like she was “drowning from the inside” after the virus attacked her heart.Mum-of-two, Sarah Worsnop, 46, from East Yorkshire, was diagnosed with shingles in January 2016 which, caused by the chickenpox virus, usually manifests in a painful, blotchy rash and leaves people feeling generally unwell.Read the full story here.07:43Keith PhillipsSlow traffic on A63 Slow traffic is being reported on the A63 at Roger Millward Way in both directions at Market Place. 07:38Keith PhillipsGovernment sets out party rules for autumn and winterEngland's health experts have set out the rules we should be following at parties as we head deeper into autumn and winter.The Health Secretary and Government experts have warned we need to change our behaviour or face surging Covid cases and potential restrictions.Health Secretary Sajid Javid urged people to take lateral flow tests for coronavirus ahead of attending parties.Read the full story here.07:16Keith PhillipsWarning to expect autumn rush on roads from FridayThe arrival of half-term in England and Wales is expected to lead to an “autumn rush” on the roads in the coming days.An estimated 19.4 million separate leisure trips by car will take place in the UK between Friday and Sunday, according to the RAC.Read more here.07:11Keith PhillipsDriver’s behaviour at Beverley Road traffic lights divides opinionA dashcam clip filmed in Hull’s Beverley Road is stirring up debate. (Image: Driving in Hull – Hull Road Share)A dashcam clip filmed in Hull's Beverley Road is stirring up debate.The video was shared on the Driving in Hull – Hull Road Share Facebook page recently after being sent in by a member.But people did not quite see the “big deal”.Read the full story here.07:09Keith PhillipsDecision on Hull’s cycle lanes set for DecemberA decision on whether to retain or remove some of Hull's new cycle lanes will be made in December, Hull Live can reveal.New lanes, including

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