Roadworks to block access to Humber Street in three-month closure

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Roadworks to block access to Humber Street in three-month closure

Roadworks to block access to Humber Street in three-month closure
2021-06-17 08:31:00
The latest batch of Hull roadworks is set to impede access to one of the busiest areas in the city. Cars driving on the A63 to get to Queen Street and Humber Street will be not be permitted on either street for 16 weeks. The road closures will be in place until September 30. Read more: Have your say on the A63 roadworks in Castle Street Elsewhere, the roads have had extensive and ongoing works taking place that are expected to last months. This area often sees a great number of taxi drop offs and is a popular spot for residents with homes in the area to park their cars. To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here. The work will take 16 weeks (Image: HDM) And now residents have taken to social media to vent their frustration. Anyone heading to Hull Marina and wanting to park, or get dropped off nearby will struggle. One resident said: “They have eight months when the marina doesnt get fully utilised but the four months it does they closed the roads.” Another added: “Sooner or later you won't be able to get round Hull.” Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Another joked: “Be quicker just to put open signs on the roads that are open, you will only need a couple.” The £355m improvement scheme on the A63 in Castle Street is the most expensive highways project ever seen in the city. And residents can now have their say on the A63 Castle Street roadworks online and the comments are passed directly to the project team to address any issues raised. Senior project manager James Leeming said: “We work really hard to reach out to road users, residents and other stakeholders but this new tool gives people an extra way to let us know about something. “We have done some incredible work already on the project, including the opening of Murdoch’s

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