Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 23

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Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 23

Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 23
2021-09-23 07:12:00
Motorists can expect traffic queues on the roads this Thursday morning. There will be more 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 will close Air Street for three weeks. Read more here. Work started this week on a five-mile cycle lane to be built from Hull to Cottingham. Read more on that here. A stretch of Beverley Road is set to go down to single lanes each way for six months following warnings a historic derelict building is no longer structurally sound. Bus lanes in Beverley Road between Norfolk Street and Trafalgar Street are set to close from Monday, October 11. Read more here. The Humber Bridge will close overnight in October for repairs, it has been announced. More on that here. 08:41Keith PhillipsNew rules for outside seating in Humber StreetVenues on one of Hull's most popular streets are set to be required to allow more passing space outside their premises for people with mobility issues.The bars and restaurants on the northern side of Humber Street in the Fruit Market are currently allowed to have outside seating as long as they maintain a minimum 1.5m space between the area and the edge of the street's famous cobbles.Find out more about the new rules here.08:24Keith PhillipsNew budget supermarket chain arrivesA new supermarket, which claims to undercut all other budget retailers by up to 30 per cent, has opened.Mere, which operates as 'Svetofor' in its origin country of Russia, launched its first UK store earlier this month.Owners have plans to open more in the coming months.Find out here what it's like to shop there.08:11Keith PhillipsHull has its say on ‘death trap’ e-scootersThere is a new 'menace' on the roads and pavements of Hull which many people feel are a potential 'death trap' for both riders and pedestrians in the event of a collision.The owners of this new mode of transport in Hull may not realise it but many are breaking the law by using public rights of way, be it roads, paths or even cycle lanes.We asked Hull Live readers if there should be more restrictions? Here's what you had to say:08:04Keith PhillipsSlow traffic on A63 Roger Millward WayVery slow traffic on A63 Roger Millward Wa

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