Transport & Streets
Three drop-in sessions are being held in Hull this month for people to come along and have their say on transport in Hull.
Members of the public, organisations and businesses … More
Bus lane cameras in Hull will be switched back on this week.
The move comes in line with Hull City Council’s Cabinet decision made in December 2021 to retain 7am … More
It was announced this week that essential road repairs will begin on Calvert Lane later this month.
The work is due to start on Monday 16 May and is expected
Essential road repairs on Calvert Lane will begin later this month.
The work is due to start on Monday 16 May and is expected to last for eight weeks.
Calvert … More
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Work on a new underpass for the A63 Castle Street in Hull is moving forward, creating better connections for drivers in the city centre.
Significant progress has … More
Hull City Council is proud to support a new, affordable travel initiative run by Hull Trains
The Hull Leisure Return ticket allows visitors to return travel to Hull and back, from … More
This week, it was announced that a programme of “microsurfacing” work to preserve the condition of Hull’s roads and reduce the number of potholes would begin this month.
Hull City … More
A taxi marshal scheme in Hull city centre will be extended.
Following funding sign off at this year’s council budget setting meeting, the scheme, which has been running for a … More
Plans to open three new community cycle hubs will start to take shape over the next few months.
Local cycle charity R-evolution have been awarded a contract to provide three … More
Hundreds of letters are being sent to motorists after they were incorrectly issued with bus lane fines.
The motorists who were wrongly fined after driving in the bus lanes will … More
Active travel and multimodal hubs have been highlighted as two important strands of future transport policy by Transport for the North (TfN).
As part of plans to update the 2019 … More
More than 100,000 people turned out to experience an evening of magic, celebrating Hull’s rich maritime history.
The Awakening, Hull’s first major event of the year, drew in thousands of … More
Mum of two Amy Emmerson cycles the school run on a daily basis. The journey takes just five to ten minutes from her home in the Avenues to her daughter’s … More
26 individuals who failed to pay fixed penalty notices for littering in Hull have received criminal records and been issued fines and costs totalling £8,191 – an average fine of … More
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