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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by TIGERSCAVE, Jan 26, 2021.
A63 east bound after the 1079 closed from January 29 to February 1st....
Because driving home from work wasn't enough of a ****show as is...
Not sure of the times Quill, likely a 8pm to 6am closure..?
I hope so.
Just checked - it's an all day closure.
The recommended diversion route is 17 miles long
That diversion looks a bit ott to me, there must be a quicker route, especially during lockdown!
There is, but I think they want people to avoid going through the City, and the fact that Hessle Road and Anlaby Road are partly shut atm doesn't help.
But the idea that anyone will do the full 17 mile diversion is laughable - I bloody wouldn't.
It's the weekend anyway so not really a problem
There've been roadworks between the KC and Anlaby for months
What I'd do, right, and this is a bloody brilliant idea so bear with me, what I'd do is I'd make roads and I'd make them out of decent materials, right, so they didn't need working on every few months, yeah, right, do you get what I mean? Like, not just roads, but actual good roads?
Like the Romans did?
Come on Castro, what have the Romans ever done for us?
Or very left field.... contact the utility companies and say 'we're digging up this road'.... is there any planned work and if so do it now....
Not too many civil/highway engineers on this forum it seems.
Raise municipal taxes. Good idea. Hike taxes on fuel. Good idea.
Develop better civil engineering materials. It'll never happen.
Are you campaigning for higher taxes on fuel in Canada where it is a lot cheaper than here?
Well it took years to get working traffic lights in Ermine Street.
About 60% of the cost of fuel here is duty and tax, it's been taxed as far as they can, it's already double what you pay in Canada.
Nope. I'm campaigning to get more Romans to emigrate to Canada.
Problem is, Canada has far greater swings in weather conditions, so they would not succeed.
"Spot the sarcasm' not your strength it seems.
Seems you took the wrong end of the stick too. See # 17.
So, they and better, well built roads aren't good ideas?
It certainly takes us a lot longer to build bridges. And they won't last as long.