Road closures at River Hull bridge could cause more travel…

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Road closures at River Hull bridge could cause more travel…

Road closures at River Hull bridge could cause more travel disruption
2021-10-21 18:26:00
Hull drivers will have to navigate another night time road closure in the first week of November. 'Essential' road resurfacing works will see a section of Ferry Lane closed overnight from 7pm to 6am, from Monday, November 1, to Friday, November 5. The resurfacing is the latest phase in multi-million-pound improvements to the Stoneferry area. To read more of the latest traffic and travel news, click here 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.” The overnight resurfacing work from Monday, November 1 is the latest phase of the multi-million-pound Stoneferry improvement scheme. (Image: Hull City Council) Ferry Lane will be closed from the River Hull bridge (eastbound) to Ferry Lane roundabout, and from Ferry Lane roundabout, north past Ann Watson Street, to Bandstand roundabout. Ferry Lane roundabout will be open to traffic and a diversion route will be in place. The Ship Inn in Anne Watson Street will be open as normal during the works. However, there will be signed vehicle access route to the pub from Bandstand roundabout only. Find traffic updates in your area This route will be managed using two-way traffic lights and the crossing point in the central reserve on Stoneferry Road. There will be no access into Anne Watson Street from Stoneferry Road northbound. The Esso filling station shop on Stoneferry Road will be open, but the forecourt will be closed to vehicles and no fuel will be a

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