There are often events and roadworks around the region which may cause delays or diversions for bus services. Thank you for your patience during any delays.
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Last updated 16/04/19: There are current or upcoming roadworks or events in the following areas:
- Bridlington - Bessingby Road/Bridge closures - details
- Scarborough - Service 20 road closures - details
- Cottingham - Thwaite St evening closures - details
- Howden - daytime road closures - details
- Scunthorpe - Service 360/361 diversion - details
- Hull - Wold Road/Wymersley Road closures - details
- Bridlington - road closures - details
- Hull - Cottingham Road stop - details
- Bridlington - evening road closures - Bessingby Road/Bridge
There are further evening road closures coming up in Bridlington.
From Tuesday 23 April to Thursday 9 May, and on Thursday 23 May, Bessingby Bridge will be closed after 6pm each evening. Services 45/45A and 121 will divert at Carnaby via Bridlington Bay Road, Moor Lane and Kingsgate to Bridlington in both directions.
From Thursday 16 May to Wednesday 22 May, Bessingby Road will be closed eastbound only by the Hospital and West Hill Estate after 6pm each evening. Services 45/45A and 121 heading into Bridlington will divert at Carnaby via Bridlington Bay Road, Moor Lane and Kingsgate. Buses from Bridlington can run via their normal route.
On Sundays 12 & 19 May and 2 June, the junction at B&Q (Bessingby Bridge/Kingsgate) will be closed after 6pm. Services 121 will divert at Carnaby via Bridlington Bay Road, Moor Lane, Kingsgate, Kingston Road and Cardigan Road in both directions.
- Scarborough - Service 20 road closures
Roadworks are coming up which will cause diversions for Service 20.
On 17 April Lisvane Avenue is closed, so buses cannot serve stops on Lisvane Avenue and the section of Evelyn Drive between Lisvane Avenue and Sandbybed Crescent.
On 18-23 April Sandybed Crescent is closed, so buses cannot serve stops on Sandybed Crescent and the section of Eveyln Drive between Lisvane Avenue and Sandybed Crescent.
On 24 & 25 April Evelyn Drive is closed. On this day buses will only be able to serve Sandybed Lane.
- Cottingham - evening road closures - Thwaite Street
Evening roadworks from Tuesday 16 April for around two weeks will result in the closure of Thwaite Street roundabout at Hull Road & New Village Road, each evening from 6pm.
Services 103, 105, 106, 107 & X47: These will divert in both directions via Inglemire Lane, Greenwood Avenue, Endyke Lane, New Village Road, Northgate, King Street, South Street, Baynard Avenue and West End Road. Stops on Northgate, Thwaite Street & Newgate Street will not be served. Buses serving Cottingham Green will stop on the opposite side of the road to usual.
Service 115: This will divert in both directions via New Village Road, Northgate, King Street and South Street. Stops on Thwaite Street, Northgate, West End Road and Baynard Avenue will not be served. Buses serving Cottingham Green will stop on the opposite side of the road to usual.
Service 63: Will is back to its usual, timetabled route as the Priory Road/Newgate Street works have been completed.
Further evening closures in Cottingham will take place once these are completed, so check back on this page for the latest details.
- Howden - daytime road closures
The second phase of road closures in Howden will run from Monday 15 April until Friday 10 May and will result in the closure of Pinfold Street between Howden Medical Centre (Knedlington Road) and Batty Lane, from 9.30am until 3.30pm each day.
Services 155, 155A & X55: These will divert via Station Road, Shelford Avenue, Selby Road and Barnhill Lane in both directions. Stops on Pinfold Street, Bridgegate and Knedlington Road won't be served. Buses will pick up on Station Road, just before the junction of Ward Drive, on both sides of the road.
Further closures in Howden will take place once these are completed, so check back on this page for the latest details.
- Scunthorpe - Service 360/361 diversion
From Tuesday 23 April for four weeks part of Doncaster Road in Scunthorpe will be closed.
Services 360 & 361: These will have to divert but no stops will be missed. Delays are expected.
- Hull - Wold Road/Wymersley Road
There will be a series of road closures on Wold Road/Wymersley Road for ten weeks from Monday 4 March (previously scheduled for 25 February). The roadworks will take place in phases, involving different diversions for Services 33, 34 and 35.
Monday 4 March until Sunday 31 March (approx.): Wymersley Road will be closed. Services 33, 34 and 35 will run from Willerby Road via County Road South and Wold Road in both directions, turning around at the junction of Wold Road/Wymersley Road, then returning the same way to Willerby Road. Buses which start/finish at the Highway Pub on Wymersley Road will instead start/finish at the Wold Road/Wymersley Road junction.
Monday 1 April (approx.) until Sunday 12 May (approx.): Wold Road will be closed between Country Road South and Wymersley Road, and then at the Wold Road/Hotham Road South junction. Services 33, 34 and 35 will run from Willerby Road to Wymersley Road, turning at the junction with Wold Road and returning back along Wymersley Road. Buses which start/finish at the Highway Pub on Wymersley Road will instead start/finish at the Wold Road/Wymersley Road junction.
Sirius Academy buses 296 & 297 will not be affected by these closures and will operate as normal. These buses do, however, have a new timetable from Monday 25 February.
Part of Quay Road in Bridlington will be closed from 4 February. The closure is expected to last several months. Buses will divert as follows:
Services 2 & 3: Buses will go from Station Avenue via Quay Road, Station Road, Hilderthorpe Road, Beck Hill, Chapel Street then to the Bus Station. From the Bus Station, they will go via normal route to Queen Street, then Bridge Street, Hilderthorpe Road, Station Road and Quay Road to Station Avenue. Buses can't serve the two stops at the end of Station Approach on Quay Road, and the two stops on Prospect Street.
Services 4 & 5/5A: Buses will go from Quay Road via Station Avenue, Station Road, Hilderthorpe Road, Beck Hill and Chapel Street to the Bus Station. Then they will use Bridge Street, Hilderthorpe Road, Station Road and Station Avenue to Quay Road. Buses can't serve the two stops at the end of Station Approach on Quay Road, and the two stops on Prospect Street.
Services 45/45A, 121, 130 & 136: Hilderthorpe Road will reopen when Quay Road is closed, and these buses will finally be able to go back to their normal routes, using Hilderthorpe Road and Beck Hill to reach the town centre. Leaving Bridlington, buses can use Hilderthorpe Road (except Service 136, which will continue running along Horsforth Avenue when leaving the town).
- Hull - Cottingham Road stop
We are having to temporarily stop serving a bus stop down Cottingham Road due to a dangerous tree. We have had several buses damaged by the tree in recent weeks, so for safety reasons the stop won't be served by buses until work can be done to make the tree safe. The stop affected is on Cottingham Road, near Townend Court (just before the Chanterlands Avenue traffic lights), going towards Hull/from Cottingham. Only this one stop is affected, and the stop on the other side of the road will still be served as normal. If you normally board or alight the bus here there are several alternative stops available, including the stop outside McDonalds, the stop at Cottingham Grove and the stop just beyond the Chanterlands Avenue lights. The stop will be clearly marked as 'out of use' by Hull City Council until the tree can be made safe.
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