A63 North Cave to South Cave – safety barrier installation

Guy Harrington

Work to install new sections of steel safety barrier on the eastbound and westbound verges between North Cave (M62 J38) and South Cave junctions on the A63. The work will improve safety for drivers using this route.

Other work includes the replacement of existing lighting columns and signs in the verges with new columns and work to permanently close a redundant layby.

To carry out the work the westbound carriageway will be fully closed overnight Monday to Friday for approximately 6 weeks. Once complete, the work will switch to the eastbound carriageway where the road will be fully closed overnight for a further 6 weeks until the scheme completes in April 2019, assuming reasonable weather conditions.

A fully signed diversion route will be in place during the overnight closures and drivers are advised to add an additional 25 minutes to journey times.

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Diversions

Traffic travelling east along the M62 will exit the motorway at Junction 37 and proceed to the end of the slip road. At the junction, they will turn left onto the A63 and proceed along this road for approximately 500m to the roundabout with the A614. At the roundabout, they will take the 2nd exit onto the A614 and proceed along this road for approximately 12 miles to the roundabout with the A1079. At the roundabout, they will take the 3rd exit onto the A1079 and proceed along this road for approximately 2 miles to the roundabout with the A1034 (Market Weighton). They will take the 3rd exit onto the A1034 and proceed along this road for approximately 8 miles to the junction with the A63 (South Cave). At the junction, take the left turn onto the slip road to join the A63 eastbound.

Traffic travelling west along the A63 will leave at South Cave junction and follow the reverse of the diversion above.

Traffic wishing to enter the A63 at North Cave will be directed west along the M62 to junction 37 where they will exit and follow the mainline diversion.