The signals works will take around three weeks to complete and will include a three-day road closure of North Bar Without to allow for the laying of cables, diversions will be in place and well signposted around the area.
The works will include the creation of a pedestrian crossing across York Road at the junction of North Bar Without, outside the Rose and Crown public house.
Nigel Leighton, director of environment and neighbourhood services at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “The volume of pedestrians crossing the busy York Road at this location has increased dramatically in recent years.
“Due to this increase, the council feel it is the right time to install a dedicated pedestrian crossing to assist with pedestrian safety.
“The bar will still be open to pedestrians and businesses in the area will be functioning as usual.”
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