Story by Mike Laycock in The Press.
Motorists on the eastbound A64 will be diverted through York every night for 19 weeks in the New Year to allow for maintenance work on a bridge.
Drivers will also face a 30 mph speed limit during the day on the eastbound carriageway towards Malton and Scarborough, leading to probable delays during rush hour and the February and Easter school holidays.
Highways England says it needs to carry out the work on the A64’s bridge over the River Ouse near Bishopthorpe, which was built in 1976 as part of a bypass around York.
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