More disruption coming to Stoneferry Road with closures in November

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More disruption coming to Stoneferry Road with closures in November

More disruption coming to Stoneferry Road with closures in November
2021-10-28 15:01:00
There is more disruption coming for Hull's motorists throughout November and the works on the Stoneferry corridor continue with overnight closures coming at the start of the month. The essential overnight resurfacing works will be taking place from Monday November 8 in the latest phase of the multi-million-pound Stoneferry improvement scheme. For the latest traffic and travel news, click here. The work, which is expected to last about a week, will be undertaken overnight in order to minimise disruption. Work will be carried out from 7pm to 6am, Monday to Friday (including Saturday morning). For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. The latest phase of works will begin on November 8 (Image: HCC) During the work, Stoneferry Road (southbound) will be closed from Ferry Lane Roundabout to Chamberlain Roundabout. This will include the Lorraine Street junction. Access to Lorraine Street will be as normal from Ferry Lane Roundabout, with traffic marshals to escort vehicles through the works between 7pm and 6am. A similar arrangement will be in place for vehicles leaving Lorraine Street towards Chamberlain Roundabout. Construction work on the Stoneferry Road Corridor project started in late 2019. It aims to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow at a series of major road junctions between Bransholme and Cleveland Street. Managed by the city council, the scheme was originally awarded £7.5m by the now defunct Humber Local Enterprise Partnership in 2017. That was meant to cover the cost of the works, which include road and pavement resurfacing, new traffic light-controlled cycle and pedestrian crossings and 5.6 km of new and refurbished cycle paths. An additional £3.9 million was pumped into the project earlier this year

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