Council completes major scheme on Queensgate in Bridlington
Cllr Andy Burton, portfolio holder for planning, highways & transportation, and James Sissions, assistant principal engineer
By East Riding of Yorkshire Council | Posted: 21 Mar 2017
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has completed the second phase of carriageway improvement works on Queensgate in Bridlington.
The £500,000 second phase of this carriageway resurfacing scheme took place from St Aidans Road, up to and including the junction with Fortyfoot, and followed the first phase of work on this street, completed in June, 2016.
The works consisted of excavating the existing carriageway to a substantial depth and reconstructing back to the previous road level, in addition to replacing the previous kerbing and an amount of footway repairs.
The works on Fortyfoot entailed the removal of the previous carriageway layers and reinstating back to the previous road level, in addition to small sections of kerbing and footpath repairs.
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