Failed carriageway at the junction of Riverview Gardens.
The improvement work will take place at the junction of Riverview Gardens.

Ennerdale carriageway to be reconstructed 

Hull City Council is preparing to carry out essential maintenance work later this month on the Ennerdale carriageway. 

The work will improve an area of the existing carriageway at the junction of Ennerdale and Riverview Gardens. 

The intention of the work is to reconstruct the failed area of the carriageway, to ensure the highway provides a safe and even surface for traffic, and that it has adequate grip and skid resistance.   

The works will start on Monday 16 October – weather permitting- and are planned to take three to four weeks to complete. 

To allow these works to be carried out in a safe manner they will be undertaken under multi-way traffic light signals.  

Councillor Mark Ieronimo, Portfolio Holder for Transportation, Roads, and Highways, said: “As part of our ongoing commitment to maintaining the safety and quality of our road network, I am pleased that the essential carriageway reconstruction on Ennerdale will soon commence. 

“These works are vital to ensure the longevity and reliability of our roads, as well as enhancing the overall driving experience for residents and visitors alike. 

“We understand that roadworks can be inconvenient, and we thank residents and motorists for their patience and understanding whilst we carry out these works.”  

The scheme has received funding from the Highways Capital budget with Major Projects, Culture and Place budgets.   

The work will be carried out by Wright Civil Engineering on behalf of Hull City Council. 

Chanterlands Avenue (from Park Avenue West to Tennyson Avenue).
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