Hull City Council has announced that essential repairs to Willerby Road will commence next month for approximately four weeks.
The work will improve and repair the existing carriageway on Willerby Road between Hotham Road South and the Derringham Bank roundabout, for the benefit of road users and pedestrians.
The intention of the work is to resurface and reconstruct where the carriageway is failing, to ensure the highway provides a safe and even surface for traffic, and that it has adequate grip and skid resistance.
The work will start on Monday 21 August and is planned to be completed by Sunday 17 September 2023.
To allow this work to be done safely, it will be undertaken under full night closures – between 7pm and 6am – and lane closures during the day.
Councillor Ieronimo, Portfolio Holder for Highways and Transportation, said: “Thes repairs are vital and will help us ensure a safe and even surface for road users and pedestrians.
“To carry out this work out safely, there will be lane and road closures in place that will result in some disruption.
“We thank local residents and road users in advance for their patience whilst we carry out these essential works.”
The scheme has received £219k in funding from the Major Projects, Culture & Place, and Highways Capital budget.
The work will be carried out by civil engineering company, C R Reynolds Ltd, on behalf of Hull City Council.