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Cycle Superhighway project – update

10:18 am, Friday, 21st May 2021 - 3 years ago


Grimsby A180 Westgate – Lockhill roundabout cycleway

Works to construct the new Cycle Superhighway scheme have been progressing on site and resurfacing and lining works will be taking place on the eastbound carriageway from Monday 1 June for two weeks between the A180 Westgate roundabout to the Lockhill roundabout.

Once these are complete the traffic management will be removed on this carriageway and works will take place on the westbound carriageway and are expected to finish in mid-July.

The first section of the £2.6m project will then be complete and the full project will see a total of 3.8km of new off-road cycleway constructed to give cyclists a safe and sustainable route across the South Humber Bank to access work and training facilities.

£2.2m of the funding came from the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership (GLLEP), with £400,000 contributed by the council and private sector.  

Hobson Way, Immingham cycleway

Work will then start on Hobson Way in Immingham on Monday 1 June for eight weeks. During this time, there will be 24-hour temporary traffic lights in place.

The final new section of cycleway will be constructed on the A1173 Immingham to Stallingborough carriageway, starting in the autumn.

North East Lincolnshire Council and ENGIE would like to apologise in advance of these works for any inconvenience caused and thank road users and businesses for their support while we carry out these improvements.

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