Armstrongs Way in Beverley is to remain closed until midnight on Sunday 1 November due to the ongoing works on the Flemingate Development.
Motorists and residents will now face another weekend of disruption around another already congested part of the town.
Temporary lights on Flemingate coupled with the closure of Armstrongs Way have already created long delays for people getting about the town.
Public transport will also be effected by the closure, a spokes person for EMYS, the local bus operator said;
“The Service X46 that leaves Pocklington at 8.05am normally serves the East Riding College campus.”
“Instead, it will follow the normal Service X46 route to Hull, and East Riding College students can alight at the stop on Walkergate at the back of Marks & Spencer.”
“Services 246 and Service 520 buses towards the Bus Station will divert via Eastgate and Railway Street.”
“Service X80 and Service 246 buses towards Hessle/Hull will divert via Lord Robert’s Road, Champney Road, Admiral Walker Road and Keldgate.”
“You will be able to get on/off the bus at any stop on the diversion route.”
Flemingate is set to open next week, when fully functional it will be home to a number of shops, a cinema and new hotel.
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