Preparation works to begin for £49m Howden Relief Road with…

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Preparation works to begin for £49m Howden Relief Road with…

Preparation works are about to begin for a planned £49m scheme to create a new relief road for Howden. East Riding Council is due to start initial work on Monday, July 1, to prepare for the creation of the new Howden Relief Road, which will link the A614 Thorpe Road with Station Road. It is hoped work on the major scheme will start in January 2025, with construction taking around 29 months. The £49m project is designed to reduce congestion by diverting some heavy traffic away from the town centre, prevent accidents and lower carbon emissions. It was approved by the council’s planning committee in June last year. READ MORE: Three months of road works as Anlaby undergoes huge essential gas work upgrade Keep up to date with all the latest Hull traffic and travel news with our free newsletter Adam Holmes, director of infrastructure and facilities at the council, said: “We need to undertake this initial work to ready the site for when the main construction begins next year. When it’s complete, we hope the relief road will be a huge benefit to Howden by takin
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