Work will begin next week on a £150,000 scheme to improve the road safety of a busy junction at Routh, near Beverley.
Meaux Lane junction on the A1035 between Leven and Beverley has been the location of a number of road accidents, including four collisions in the past three years in which people have suffered injuries.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has confirmed that the bridge across the Dutch River at Rawcliffe Bridge, which has been closed to traffic since October, will reopen to cars only from Thursday 29 March.
The council has been carrying out work to determine what weight of vehicle can safely cross the bridge, and has decided it is now safe to reopen it to cars only, as measures have been put in place for them to use the bridge in a safe manner.
Motorists are being urged to drive with care on the southbound lanes of the Humber Bridge from this weekend as essential engineering works re-start.
The scheme to replace the expansion joints at each side of the 1.4-mile long bridge will continue until May 2018 and involves the use of temporary safety ramps to enable traffic to use both lanes as much as possible.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding motorists that the second phase of a £600,000 scheme of major road improvements is about to begin on the A614.
The work will be carried out by Britcon Limited on behalf of the council, and is funded by a contribution from the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership’s Local Growth Fund. This funding has been secured following the submission of a successful bid by the council.
Successful independent transport planning and traffic engineering business, Local Transport Projects (LTP) is opening a new office in Manchester to complement its existing base in Beverley, East Yorkshire.
LTP specialises in transport/development planning, traffic engineering and highway design services, and works throughout the UK, with 20 staff currently based at its Beverley office. It serves the residential, commercial, health and retail sectors as part of the planning process as well as holding framework contracts with various local authorities and other public bodies.
Local Transport Projects (LTP) has won a coveted supplier place on the national 664 Consultancy Services framework agreement of one of the country’s leading national public sector purchasing organisations, ESPO.
ESPO, the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation, is a customer-focused, public sector owned professional buying organisation, jointly owned by six member local authority councils, including Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Warwickshire county councils and Peterborough City Council.
Pupils at a primary school in Hull are a step closer to understanding what to do in a flood following a visit from the Environment Agency.
Year five students at Stoneferry Primary School took part in an interactive workshop where they engaged in a range of flood-related activities where they were taught which household objects can be the most useful in a flood and saw them using a geographic model to better understand how rivers flow.