Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 27

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Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 27

Hull traffic, travel and news live updates on September 27
2021-09-27 07:16:00
Motorists can expect traffic queues on the roads this Monday morning. We'll have the latest on the panic buying situation as a number of petrol stations were forced to close yesterday after selling out. 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 another two weeks. Read more here. Work has started week on a five-mile cycle lane to be built from Hull to Cottingham. Read more on that here. Bus lanes in Beverley Road between Norfolk Street and Trafalgar Street are set to close from Monday, October 11. Read more here. Essential maintenance work and carriageway repairs on Hall Road are underway. Read more here. The Humber Bridge will close overnight in October for repairs, it has been announced. More on that here. 09:13Keith PhillipsHouse sales to hit 14-year record The North East of England and Scotland will have highest price rises as market sees unexpected boom.File photo dated 14/10/14 of sold and for sale signs. (Image: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire)House sales in 2021 have been forecast to reach a 14-year high.More homes are expected to be sold across the UK during the year than in any other since 2007.One estate agent says it expects the North-East of England to see the strongest price growth by 2024, with prices expected to rise by 21.5%.Read the full story here.08:53Keith PhillipsQueen Street closed for a weekQueen Street in Hull is closed for a week starting from today Monday 27 September.08:46Keith PhillipsFive-day HGV training offered for £1,000A Beverely based company if offering a five-day HGV training course for drivers to skill up to meet the truck driver shortage.Hanley & Co. Driver Training in Beverley is offering a five-day HGV training course. (Image: Hanley & Co. Driver Training )Hanley &Co Driver Training says due to changes in government guidelines it has availability for Class 2 (HGV/LGV) in September and October.If you have your medical and theory the five day class 2 course costs £899 with a £115 DVSA Test fee included.08:28Keith PhillipsDrivers spotted filling up jerry cans in petrol panic buyingDrivers have been seen filling up jerry cans with fuel after panic buying saw 90% of some chains' forecourts running out of petrol and diesel this weekend.A man carrying containers at a Tesco Petrol Station in Bracknell, Berkshire. Picture date: Saturday September 25, 2021.Last week the country's biggest fuel suppliers said they were having trouble getting deliveries to some forecourts and would have to ration supplies – with some stations temporarily closed.08:26Keith PhillipsAldi to create 2,000 jobs and open 100 new shopsAldi is to invest £1.3 billion over the next two years in plans expected to create more than 2,000 new jobs next year and 100 new shops over two years, adding to the 7,000 permanent roles already created over the past two years.Latest data shows Aldi is attracting more new shoppers through its doors than any other supermarket with a UK market share of 8.1%.Read more on that here.08:23Keith PhillipsSome petrol brands have seen 90% of their forecourts run drySome fuel brands saw 90% of their forecourts run out of petrol or diesel at the weekend.Fuel stations have been closed after panic-buying by motorists (Image: PA)Fuel stations began to run out over the weekend after BP, Esso, Tesco and the Petrol Retailers Association said they were having trouble getting supplies to their forecourts because of a shortage of drivers.Read the full story here.08:15Keith PhillipsDunswell Lane is now openHumberside Police says Dunswell Lane, Dunswell has now reopened after a road traffic collision. A road traffic collision has been reported in Dunswell Lane on Sunday evening around 7.23pm (Image: David Wade)An eyewitness reported to be “at least 70” people present at the scene in Dunswell Lane at around 7.30pm on Sunday with emergency services seen queuing down the road.Humberside Fire and Rescue Service confirmed it had sent three fire engines to the scene, just before 7pm.Read the full story here.08:10Keith PhillipsStagecoach changes Hull bus timesStagecoach has changed its bus timetables on 15 routes through Hull.The Stagecoach buses serve areas of Hull, including east Hull (Image: jaharlan

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