Roadworks are taking place across the city

Roadworks taking place in Hull

Hull is in the midst of a huge transformation to its transport system, with major works taking place across the city, including the A63, Stoneferry Corridor and ongoing utility repairs to vital gas, water and electric supplies.

Once complete, the upgrades will offer improved transport infrastructure for motorists, cyclist and pedestrians.

Motorists are advised to plan their journey before travelling using One.Network, and to keep up-to-date with Stoneferry Corridor works download the Hello Travaux app on the App Store on Google Play.

Below is a breakdown of the roadworks currently taking place in Hull.

Organisation Location Start date Completion date Traffic management Status
Northern Powergrid Bishop Lane and High Street 04 May 25 May Closure Ongoing
Hull City Council Holwell Road to Sutton Road 10 May 25 June Lane closure Ongoing
Northern Gas Networks Spring Bank West 10 May 28 May Lane closure Ongoing
Hull City Council (Stoneferry Corridor) Foster Street to Sutton Road 10 May 28 May Lane closure and temp traffic signals Ongoing
Hull City Council (Stoneferry Corridor) Holwell Road to Mount Pleasant junction 23 April 25 June 2022 Lane and footpath closures plus portable pedestrian crossing in use Ongoing
Yorkshire Water Princes Avenue 16 May 24 May Lane closure Completed but lane closure is still in place
Hull City Council Cottingham Road 24 May 18 June Lane closure Ongoing
Hull City Council Madeley Street 24 May 24 June Closures of some section of footpath and lane closure Ongoing
Northern Gas Networks Lowgate 31 May 13 June Closure Planned
Highways England (A63 improvements) St James Street to Marketplace May 2020 May 2025 Lane closure Ongoing

Councillor Dean Kirk, portfolio holder for highways said: “The city is working towards building a more sustainable network, and whilst this critical work takes place, motorists are asked to stagger journey times and consider using the cycle lanes and public transport. Even if just five per cent of motorists choose a more sustainable form of transport, there would be a significant reduction in congestion levels.

“We understand the frustration these delays can cause, however it is important to remember that we are improving roads that the public use to travel on. If these works don’t take place, then we will be operating a transport network that is not fit-for-purpose.”

This story was edited on May 25 to reflect updated dates and times of roadworks.

A green wooded area
Site preparation at Hull’s South Blockhouse.