'Triple whammy' of west Hull roadworks as Park Street resurfacing starts
Drivers are facing a "triple whammy" of major roadworks in west Hull over the next few weeks.
Ongoing work to upgrade underground power supplies has been causing disruption along Chanterlands Avenue since June and is not scheduled to be completed until the end of the month.
A ten-week programme of resurfacing work got underway on Park Street today with congestion expected on Spring Bank, Anlaby Road and Argyle Street.
And the County Road flyover between Priory Road and Bricknell Avenue is to be closed to traffic for at least six weeks from September 24 to allow for repairs to the concrete sections of the bridge which spans the Hull to Beverley railway line.
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Councillor Helena Woods, who represents the Priory Road area on the city council, said, “There will never be a good time to close this road and we have some concerns about it closing during Hull Fair.
“We hope that if the warning gets out early enough about the road closure it shouldn’t cause too much disruption.”