More traffic disruption coming for Hull with closures next week

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More traffic disruption coming for Hull with closures next week

More traffic disruption coming for Hull with closures next week
2021-12-11 17:28:00
The ongoing and long-running Stoneferry Corridor roadworks are set to cause more disruption next week with night closures for resurfacing work. The latest stage of the multimillion-pound Stoneferry improvement scheme will see essential overnight resurfacing work take place in Stoneferry Road and Ferry Lane from Wednesday 15 December. For the latest traffic and travel news and headlines, click here. It is the latest in a long line of road closures caused by the project which first began in 2019. The work is expected to take two nights, but the council warned that it could run into a third night in the event of delays. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. The works have already caused significant disruption (Image: HullLive/Donna Clifford) Road closures will be as follows: Wednesday 15 December 7pm to 9pm: Ferry Lane closed westbound from Stoneferry Road to the Stoneferry Bridges (no access to Burger King or Ferry Lane Services). 7pm to 6am: Stoneferry Road closed northbound between Ann Watson Street and Bandstand Roundabout. Thursday 16 December 7pm to 6am: Both sections above closed for duration of work. Access to B&Q, Esso petrol station and Ann Watson Street will remain open as usual. Traffic exiting Ann Watson Street will be managed across the central reservation to turn south on to Stoneferry Road. Councillor Dean Kirk, portfolio holder for transportation, roads and highways said: “With the Stoneferry improvement scheme, we are improving access and use for thousands of residents and businesses in the area. “These closures will be overnight in order to minimise disruption and ensure this stage of the works can be completed as quickly and efficiently as possible. “Noise mitigation has been a core consideration in the selection of equipment. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.” For the latest traffic and travel news in your area enter your postcode below Surfacing works to Chamberlain Roundabout, which were due to finish on Friday 10 December have taken

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