Hull's County Road North to be closed for seven weeks
A seven-week programme of repairs will start at the County Road flyover in west Hull next Monday.
Hull City Council is advising residents and motorists County Road North will be closed to through traffic between Priory Road and National Avenue.
Vehicle access for residents and businesses along the affected length of County Road North, Sorrel Drive and Langdale Avenue will be maintained at all times.
Due to the nature of the repairs, vehicles will not have access across the bridge. However, the bridge will remain open for pedestrians and cyclists for the duration of the works.
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The signed traffic diversion will be via Calvert Road, Spring Bank West, Chanterlands Avenue and Bricknell Avenue.
Councillor Martin Mancey, portfolio holder for environment, transport and emergency planning, apologised for any inconvenience.
He said: "The application of road salt has a detrimental effect on bridges generally and in this case the reinforced concrete supporting the bridge has become contaminated following many years of winter gritting.
"We appreciate and apologise for the inconvenience to road users during these works but if the structure is not repaired it will become weakened.
"These concrete repairs are necessary to maintain the strength and integrity of the bridge so that it will last for many more years."