City is being paralysed
As a resident of Hull – and a payer of council and road tax, I am writing to express my anger at the continuing traffic chaos paralysing many of Hull's main roads.
Residents living in the area of Chanterlands Avenue – or passing through on their way to somewhere else – have put up with continuous, severe disruption since the summer – and are still doing so.
The roadworks that temporarily disappeared, while we put up with the nightmare of the knock-on effects of the County Road closure, have now returned with no signs of completion any time soon.
I drove past the closed stretch last Thursday at 1.30pm and no workmen were visible.
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Councillor Steve Brady is also being disingenuous when he asserts (quoted in the Mail, Friday, November 16) that you can't improve roads without some disruption.
There have been no "improvements" to the road along Chanterlands Avenue – although these are sorely needed – only more trenches dug and refilled to house new cables or pipework.
The blame lies firmly at the door of Councillor Mancey, who was in charge of this bungled programme of works. He should resign his cabinet post in shame.