Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 6

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Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 6

Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on October 6
2021-10-06 06:21:00
Motorists can expect traffic queues on the roads this Wednesday. If you're travelling through Hull city centre today Alfred Gelder Street is closed until Thursday October 7 at 11pm due to filming. Read more on that here. There is disruption for motorists travelling through Bankside and Wincolmee with the closure of another road in the area. Northern Gas Networks (NGN) is carrying out upgrades across Hull and Air Street is closed. Read more here. Work is underway on a five-mile cycle lane to be built from Hull to Cottingham. Read more on that here. Essential maintenance work and carriageway repairs on Hall Road has started. Read more here. Stoneferry Road will be closed between 7pm and 6am from October 18. Read more on that here . And if you're planning a trip to Hull Fair 2021 next week here's a full guide on dates, rides, prices, location, park and ride, buses and parking. Read more here. Find the latest traffic updates in your area 07:21Keith PhillipsAmazon to open its first UK general storeAmazon’s first 4-star store outside the US is located in Bluewater, near Dartford in Kent (Image: Amazon)Amazon is to open its first general store in the UK, selling items including books, technology and toys, as the online retail behemoth continues its expansion in physical retail.The US company will open the first Amazon 4-star store outside the US on Wednesday at 10am at the Bluewater shopping centre, near Dartford in Kent.Read the full story here.07:18Keith PhillipsHumber Bridge is open to all traffic on Wednesday morningThe Humber Bridge has reopened to all traffic on Wednesday morning after closing to high sided traffic for much of Tuesday due to high winds.07:16Keith PhillipsHeroic Hull nurse poses as police officer to stop bike thiefA heroic student nurse posed as a police officer to stop a bike thief in his tracks.Luis Assuncao, 46, was on his way home from visiting a friend on Monday night, when he spotted a man riding a bike without a registration plate in east Hull.He suspected the bike was stolen and asked the rider to stop, however, the rider rode

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