Live Hull traffic news as A63 Castle…

Live Hull traffic news as A63 Castle Street bridge is put in place
2019-11-01 20:40:00
Video LoadingVideo UnavailableA major part of the A63 remains closed as a new footbridge is moved into place. The new 150-tonne bridge is being moved into its final destination over the A63 Castle Street, linking the city centre with Hull Marina. The bridge itself was put into place on Saturday night but there is plenty of work to be done before the road is due to reopen on Monday. The closure is allowing Highways England contractors to move the 150-tonne structure from the Myton retail park car park where it has been assembled over the past few months to its final destination between the southern end of Princes Dock and the Marina. Two giant remote-controlled transporters are being used to carry the 60 metre-long bridge the short distance along the A63 before swinging it into position. The new bridge over the A63 Castle Street Drivers are being asked to find alternative routes as the major operation takes place, which will include removing street lights, roads signs and guard rails, as well as installing extra safety fencing. Follow our dedicated live blog below to get the latest up-to-date information on the moving of the bridge and road closures. Click here for everything you need to know about the closure including diversion routes, the key times and where to watch. Click here for more news. Find the latest traffic updates in your area Follow Hull Live Our daily newsletter  – To get the latest headlines direct to your email inbox every day,  click here  . Download our app  – You can download our free app for iPhone and iPad from  Apple’s App Store  , or get the   Android version from Google Play  . Follow Hull Live on Facebook –  Like our Facebook page to get the latest news in your feed and join in the lively discussions in the comments.  Click here to give it a like! Follow us on Twitter –  For breaking news and the latest stories,  click here to follow Hull Live on Twitter. Follow us on Instagram –  On the Hull Live Instagram page we share gorgeous pictures of our stunning city – and if you tag us in your posts, we could repost your picture on our page! We also put the latest news in our Instagram Stories.   Click here to follow Hull Live on Instagram  .09:31Traffic update Here’s the latest on the traffic news from Hull and East Yorkshire:A63 Roger Millward Way in both directions remains closed due to roadworks between A1079 Ferensway (Mytongate roundabout) and A1165 Great Union Street (Roger Millward Way roundabout). Pennine Way in both directions closed due to burst water main from Wawne Road to Grampian Way. Diversion – Stage Coach East Midlands bus routes 7 and 7A are being diverted. Spring Bank West Westbound closed due to emergency repairs from Chanterlands Avenue to Walton Street. Traffic is coping well.The road has re opened Eastbound, however Westbound remains closed. South Promenade in both directions closed due to flood prevention from Hornsea Burton Road to Broadway.The road is closed so they can manage the water levels. 08:37Pictures of the bridge this morningThe new bridge over the A63 Castle StreetA view of the A63 Castle Street bridge hours after it was put in placeA view of the Castle Street bridge from Princes Dock Street08:34Update from the Highways AgencyThe Princes quay bridge crossing the #A63 in Hull has been lifted in to place overnight.Works on the #A63HillPQBridge is progressing well and on time. We think it looks very impressive now its positioned! @Hullccnews pic.twitter.com/BbmBy2HS2z— Highways England (@HighwaysYORKS) November 3, 2019 08:11The A63 Castle Street bridge this morningThe new A63 Castle Street bridge this morningA very foggy view of Hull’s new bridge! 07:52Traffic is lightTraffic is light across the city at the moment but we are expecting it to pick up later this morning and into the afternoon.07:51The bridge in placeThe new A63 Castle Street bridge starting to be put into position (Image: David Charlton)Workers began to move the new Castle Street bridge into place last night.The road will remain closed until Monday morning.19:29Traffic easingTraffic is easing across the city as we move into the evening.It is expected to be busy again tomorrow, as the A63 Castle Street will be closed until Monday morning.18:24Street furniture has been moved18:08Buses still experiencing delays17:32KEY EVENTMore city centre disruption on its wayExpect some more city centre delays this evening as two enormous 10-tonne storage tanks are transported down Beverley Road and Ferensway.The tanks, which are over 11m tall, have been built by historic Hull engineering firm Edwin Snowden at its base in Fountain Road.This evening, from around 6pm, the storage tanks will edge their way through Hull city centre, as they are delivered to the home of soft drinks giant Britvic in Warwickshire.Major city centre roads, including Beverley Road and Fer

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