Residents and motorists in Howden are being informed of updates to a £1.1million scheme to improve the main road through the town centre.
Work began in March on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council project to resurface the full length of road along the main street through the town, including Pinfold Street, Bridgegate, Flatgate and Hull Road.
The improvement work will continue until September - with the first phase now expected to be complete by the end of May.
Dave Waudby, head of infrastructure and facilities at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “We experienced some slight delays at the start of the scheme, so we want to keep people informed of the revised dates for the rest of the project.
“We will still be keeping disruption to a minimum and we want to thank residents and motorists for their continued patience while these improvements are being carried out.”
The work is to be carried out by council contractor PBS (NE) Construction Ltd and involves both daytime and evening roadworks.
Access will still be permitted within the works areas to residents, business owners and the emergency services.
Residents and motorists are asked not to leave their vehicles parked at the side of the road during each section of the work.
The latest updates on the Howden scheme are as follows:
Phase one involves the resurfacing of the road and footpaths along Pinfold Street and Bridgegate between the junction with Knedlington Road and the Co-op store car park.
A temporary road closure is in place during the working hours of 9am to 5pm on weekdays, with a signed diversion directing traffic via Treeton Road and Hailgate.
The work is due to be completed by 31 May.
From 3 June to 24 June - Road and footpath resurfacing will take place on Bridgegate between the Co-op store car park and the Zolsha restaurant car park.
The work is due to be carried out between 6pm and 11pm on week days.
A temporary road closure will be in place during those hours, with traffic being diverted via Boothferry Road and Hailgate.
From 25 June to 12 August – Work to resurface the road and footpath will take place along Flatgate, between the Zolsha restaurant car park and the junction with Hull Road.
The work will be carried out between 9.30am and 5pm on week days.
A temporary road closure will be in place 24-hours a day throughout this phase – but access will be allowed for residents, pedestrians and the emergency services.
Traffic being diverted via Boothferry Road and Hailgate, with HGVs being diverted via Holme On Spalding Moor and Highfield.
From 13 August to 9 September – Road and footpath resurfacing will be carried out on Hull Road between the junctions with Flatgate and Hull Road Avenue, between 9.30am and 3.30pm on week days.
There will be a temporary road closure in place during those hours, with traffic being diverted via Boothferry Road and Hailgate.
HGVs will be diverted via Holme On Spalding Moor and Highfield.
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