Roadworks in place in Hull.
Roadworks in Hull.

Weekly update for roadworks taking place in Hull

Work to improve roads and footpaths across Hull continues this week.

Earlier this week work to improve paving along Hessle Road began, and the installation of improved cycle lanes in Beverley Road also started.

However emergency repairs in Beverley Road and Station Drive are also taking place following a gas leak earlier this week. Engineers from Northern Gas Networks are on site to resolve the issue.

Councillor Dean Kirk, portfolio holder for transportation, roads, highways and flood prevention, said: “We’re entering a busy period for transport improvements as we approach September, so I really urge people to consider how they travel by choosing a more sustainable mode of transport. Whether this is walking, cycling or getting the bus, these small changes will help improve journey times for everyone.”

Hull City Council has also launched the second stage of its ongoing transport survey, and are now asking people to share information on how far they travel, the routes they prefer to use and what would support them to walk and cycle more.

The second phase will also aim to understand how travel habits have changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and the findings will form part of a wider engagement project designed to help plan the future of transport and roads in Hull.

Councillor Dean Kirk, portfolio holder for transportation, roads and highways, said: “The first stage of the survey covered a wide-scope of topics from congestion to different modes of travelling, including public transport.

“Naturally, we had a huge response to this. And preliminary results show that the biggest issue by far on Hull’s roads is congestion, with some of the suggested solutions including improvements to public transport and developing alternative transport methods.

“These results will help shape how we prioritise and plan future transport projects, whilst the results of the second stage of the consultation will focus around working towards developing more sustainable transport options.”

The survey will run until Monday 4 October.

Access the People’s Panel survey on the Hull City Council website or email [email protected] or text panel to 07795 563 000.

A breakdown of planned works taking place across the city has been detailed below:

Location Start date Completion date Details of work Organisation Current status
A63 Castle Street – From St James Street to Market Place.

 

May 2020 May 2025 Lane closures and local diversions until completion of scheme. LGV diversion signed via ERYC to limit number of LGV’s in city centre Highways England On track
Stoneferry Corridor – Woodhall Street – Lorraine Avenue Started 28 May 2022 Installation of the Stoneferry Road Corridor works Hull City Council On track
Stoneferry Corridor – Chamberlain Road to Bandstand Roundabout 23 April 2021 25 June 2022 Installation of the Stoneferry Road Corridor works Hull City Council On track
Stoneferry Corridor – Sutton Road – Leads Road June 2021 17 September 2021 Installation of the Stoneferry Road Corridor works Hull City Council On track
Wiltshire Road 14 June 2021 17 October 2021 Excavate existing concrete carriageway and carry out any required repairs

 

Hull City Council Extended
Humber Street & High Street 21 June 2021 7 Oct 2021 Reconstruction of footpaths and road surface Hull City Council On track
Spring Bank West 19 July 2021 24 September 2021 Essential gas works in footways Northern Gas Networks On track
Priory Road 2 August 2021 27 September 2021 Carriageway & footway re-construction & bus lanes/ parking bays Hull City Council On track
Commercial Road 2 August 2021 25 October 2021 A63 improvement scheme, no left turn from commercial road onto A63. Access via Daltry Street. Highways England On track
Saltshouse Road 12 August 2021 10 September 2021 Cable diversion. Northern Powergrid On track
Daltry Street and Roger Millward Way 16 August 2021 6 September 2021 A63 will be closed between Daltry Street and Roger Millward Way between 8pm and 6am. The work will involve removing the Porter Street pedestrian crossing and installing the temporary one. Highways England On track
Brunswick Arcade (Beverley Road) 16 August 2021 November 2022 Lane closures from October 2021 onwards Hull City Council On track
Beverley Road -Greenwood Avenue to Hall Road outbound 23 August 2021 20 September 2021 Construction of cycle track. Lane closures in place 9.30am – 3.30pm Hull City Council On track
Hessle Road 23 August 2021 4 September 2022 Reconstruction of pavements Hull City Council On track
Beverley Road/Station Drive 25 August 2021 6 September 2021 Emergency gas repairs Northern Gas Networks On track
Boulevard 31 August 2021 27 September 2021 Excavation to install cable joint Cholmley Street roundabout Northern Powergrid Planned
Beverley Road – Mizzen Road to Hall Road inbound 31 August 2021 21 October 2021 Lane Closure throughout duration of works. Hull City Council Planned
Lowgate (outside Guildhall) 1 September 2021 1 September 2021 Crane required to access the clock tower – diversion routes in place Hull City Council Planned
Holderness Road 6 September 2021 September 2022 Reconstruction of pavements Hull City Council Planned
Bilsdale Grove/New Bridge Road 13 September 27 September Traffic calming measures Hull City Council Planned
Lowgate 20 September 2021 25 March 2022 Paving of footpaths Hull City Council Planned
Beverley Road -Greenwood Avenue to city Boundary outbound 21 September 2021 13 October 2021 Construction of cycle track. Lane closures in place 9.30am – 3.30pm Hull City Council Planned
Queen Street/Blankett Row 27 September 2021 8 October 2021 Resurfacing scheme Hull City Council Planned
Inglemire Lane & Hall Road 27 September 2021 10 October 2021 Road resurfacing – temp traffic lights Hull City Council Planned
Air Street 27 September 2021 22 October 2021 Essential gas works – road closure required Northern Gas Networks Planned
Beverley Road – Hall Road to city Boundary outbound 14 October 2021 4 November 2021 Construction of off line cycle track. Hull City Council Planned
Priory Way October 2021 August 2022 Major widening and construction of three signalised junctions Hull City Council Planned
Bowl Alley Lane October 2021 October 2021 Pavement improvements – road closure Hull City Council Planned
Silver Street 4 January 2022 31 January 2022 Installing automatic bollards Hull City Council Planned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children in a school playground in Hull