A bus lane with green paint
A bus lane with green paint.

Have your say on the future of Hull’s bus lanes

Following transport research undertaken in 2022, residents, businesses and other stakeholders can now have their say on a proposal to alter the operating times of Hull’s bus lanes.

An online survey is now live for people to give their feedback on safety and their use of important road corridors, including the proposals to return the city’s bus lanes to peak time only operation.

Six public events and stakeholder meetings are also taking place over the coming weeks as part of the statutory consultation.

Should the proposals be implemented, they would operate from 7-9:30am inbound and 4-6:30pm outbound.

Outside of these times, they would be open to all traffic.

You can have your say until Monday 31 July by visiting the council’s People’s Panel here.

Alternatively, you can visit one of the following public drop-in sessions:

  • Paragon Station, 27 June, 12-6:30pm
  • Trinity Market, 28 June, 10am-4pm
  • St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, 6 July, 12-6:30pm
  • Woodford Leisure Centre, 13 July, 10am-6:30pm
  • Costa at Hull Royal Infirmary, 18 July, 10am-4pm
  • North Point Shopping Centre, 27 July, 12-6:30pm

Every completed People’s Panel survey is entered into a prize draw to win up to £250 in high street shopping vouchers.

Simply leave your contact details at the end of the survey. All answers are anonymous and remain confidential.

You can also view the survey, as well as the drawings for the proposals, on Commonplace here.

The Lord Mayor stands in his regalia in front of a dark wooden fireplace
The Guildhall in Hull.