A63 Myton Bridge refurbishment works

Refurbishment works will include waterproofing, bridge joints replacement, resurfacing of the carriageway, barrier replacement, lighting improvements and other ancillary works.

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  • A63 Myton Bridge- proposed refurbishment works

    We are currently in the design process for the A63 Myton Bridge refurbishment works. The works will include the refurbishment and waterproofing of Myton Bridge, bridge joints replacement, resurfacing of the carriageway, barrier replacement, lighting improvements and other ancillary works. This will minimise disruption in the future.

    The works will be done as part of the ongoing A63 Castle Street Improvement scheme and is planned to commence in the summer of 2022. A study is currently being undertaken to help advice the most suitable traffic management option(s) that would ensure disruption to road users and members of the public are minimum.

    We are in consultation with key stakeholders such as Hull City Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council to agree the least disruptive traffic management option for undertaking the works and to agree a programme of works.

     

Project information

Overview

Myton Swing Bridge was built in 1979 and carries the A63 over the River Hull. The structure is 32m wide and carries two lanes in each direction, a wide hatched area and footpaths. It is less than half a mile long. The structure is owned by National Highways but is routinely maintained by Hull City Council. The bridge has recently experienced some faults that require major maintenance works to be done.

The existing structure needs a refurbishment to maintain and improve this important link for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.

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Traffic information

Information about scheduled roadworks and events on our motorways and major roads.

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