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South Humber Bank Major Maintenance update  – Moody Lane

4:00 pm, Monday, 22nd June 2020 - 1 year ago

General

The final phase of the South Humber Bank Major Maintenance Scheme will be starting from Monday 29 June.

During this additional phase of works, going ahead due to savings identified on the original programme, will include kerbing replacement and carriageway resurfacing on Gilbey Road, between the Network Rail level crossing and Pyewipe roundabout.

Kerbing replacement works will start from Monday 29 June and are planned to take four weeks to complete. While these works take place localised traffic management (cones/ barriers) will be used for the majority of the works. On areas of the road where visibility is reduced temporary traffic signals will be in place to ensure the safety of the workforce. This part of the works will be completed during the daytime.

Carriageway resurfacing works will start on Monday 27 July. These works will be carried out overnight, between 7pm and 5am, with a temporary road closure in place and will be completed on Friday 31 July.

During the closure, a signed diversion route will be in place. Vehicle, pedestrian, and emergency access will be maintained throughout the works.

If you are directly affected by the works or have any queries about access or the project, contact the team at A180SouthHumberBankMajorMaintenance@nelincs.gov.uk.

The South Humber Bank Major Maintenance Improvements have been managed and overseen by North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE. Local contractor CR Reynolds are carrying out the improvements.

North East Lincolnshire Council, ENGIE and CR Reynolds would like to thank road users and businesses for their continued support while we carry out these improvements.

To keep up to date with the latest live travel information in the borough, including congestion and roadworks, visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/roadworks.

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