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Cycle paths in Hull

Have your say on cycling in Hull

As cycling work gets under way across Hull, a number of significant changes will be visible across the city.

As part of this city-wide project, bollards will be used to prevent motorists entering into the lanes that will be designated to cyclists.

And now the public are being asked to choose which bollards they would like to see as part of the lane segregation.

Option one is a black bollard, similar in style to the standard highway bollard used across the city.

Option two is a reflective hazard marker that is more flexible.

The public are being asked to choose which bollards they would like to see as part of the lane segregation. Option one, left, and option two, right.

Option one, left, and option two, right.

The public have until Sunday 28 June to submit their preferences via Hull City Council’s social media channels.

Plans to upgrade the city’s cycling infrastructure include widening existing cycle lanes in areas including Freetown Way and an introduction of additional cycle lanes in roads including Holderness Road, Spring Bank, Anlaby Road and Beverley Road.

Works will also include re-signing and relabelling key routes with green lines, enforcing cycle lanes, protection for cycle lanes with bolt-down kerbs and cycle contraflow provision on all one-way streets in the city centre.

For any comments on the project, please email [email protected]

The city centre will be taken over for the annual Pride in Hull event this weekend.
Hull’s Director of Public Health, Julia Weldon.