Hull's County Road North flyover to reopen this evening after final checks
The County Road North flyover is due to reopen this evening after final safety checks took longer than anticipated.
Hull City Council said last week it would reopen the road this afternoon.
But it has now confirmed the flyover will be ready for traffic after this evening's rush hour.
Graham Hall, assistant head of transport and asset management, said: "The final safety checks have taken slightly longer than anticipated. The flyover will now reopen early evening after the rush hour traffic has eased.
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"We apologise for any inconvenience this slight delay may cause. However, we are pleased to have been able to reopen it almost four weeks ahead of the original schedule."
County Road North was closed on September 24. The work was originally scheduled to be completed on November 11, but was re-organised after the closure resulted in long delays for motorists.
Controlled temporary lights will be in place today to ensure the safety of the workforce who will be completing works under the bridge.