We have received the following communication from National Highways regarding proposed roadworks on the A63:
Advance notice of roadworks – A63
We’re getting in touch to let you know we’ll soon be carrying out essential maintenance work on the A63 between North Cave and South Cave, in both directions (but not at the same time), completing this work will mean smoother and safer journeys for customers.
We plan to start work on Monday 14 November and aim to complete in December. We’ll be working overnight between 8pm and 6am, Monday to Friday. We cannot complete this work in harsh weather; if there are any changes, we will keep you updated on our website and social media channels.
To carry out this work safely we will first close the westbound carriageway overnight (8pm until 6am) Monday to Friday for approximately 3 weeks. Due to essential maintenance work taking place on Ouse Bridge, we plan to return to complete the eastbound carriageway in the new year.
A fully signed diversion, which has been agreed in advance with the police and the local authority, will be in place.
- Westbound – motorway traffic will be diverted at Western interchange (between North Ferriby and Humber Bridge) onto the A164 & A1079, through to the A614 onto junction 37 of the M62.
During the day, the carriageway will be open to traffic in both directions.