Drivers are being urged to allow extra time for their journeys as a lorry carrying an extra-large load will be travelling through the East Riding next week.
Wind turbine blades are due to be delivered to Withernwick Wind Farm, near Hornsea, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday next week (January 21, 22, 23, 24 & 26).
The lorry carrying the blades is due to leave Immingham Dock at 9.30am each day and travel on the M180 and M62 through North Lincolnshire to Goole.
The lorry will then travel on the A614 Goole to Market Weighton road, the A1079 between Market Weighton and Beverley, and the A1035 road from Beverley to Hornsea.
The lorry is expected to arrive in Withernwick at around 2.30pm each day.
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