Overnight repairs are due to be carried out on two roads in Bridlington starting next week.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will carry out £70,000 worth of patching repairs to Quay Road and Prospect Street beginning on Tuesday 22nd March.
The work will be carried out over three nights, weather permitting, between 7pm and 3am, in order to avoid disruption to traffic and businesses.
The road patching will be between Quay Road roundabout and the Beck Hill/Manor Street junction, and is being carried out in three phases:
Phase one – The road crew will be repairing Quay Road between Quay Road roundabout and Springfield Avenue on Tuesday 22nd March and part of Wednesday 23rd March. A signed diversion will be in place via Station Avenue, Station Road, Hilderthorpe Road and Springfield Avenue. Access to Bridlington Railway Station will be via the Springfield Avenue end only.
Phase Two – Work will be carried out on Quay Road between Springfield Avenue and Prospect Street on Wednesday 23rd March. There will be a signed diversion Springfield Avenue, Hilderthorpe Road, Beck Hill and Prospect Street.
Phase Three – The crew will move on to work in Prospect Street on Thursday 24th March. There will be a signed diversion via Quay Road, Springfield Avenue, Hilderthorpe Road and Beck Hill. Vehicle access will be given to homes and businesses in the areas. Access for the emergency services and pedestrians will not be affected. The work is to be carried out by the council’s own highways maintenance team and is part of the authority’s annual programme of road maintenance.
Councillor Chris Matthews, the council’s portfolio holder for environment and climate change said: “This is a busy route so in order to avoid causing any major disruption to businesses, motorists or residents the highways team is carrying out this work at night.“Thank you to everyone in the area for being patient while these repairs are complete.”