This is Phase 1 of a three stage programme of road and cycle improvements to the A180 and its link roads. This phase will deliver essential maintenance to two key industrial roads directly linked to A180: Moody Lane and Woad Lane, and increase sustainable travel options for cyclists and pedestrians, within key employment zones.
Both roads (Moody Lane and Woad Lane) lead to important employment sites in Grimsby, access to the Port of Grimsby and both link to the junction of the planned new industrial link road – the Humber Link Road. This road will connect key EZ sites and other industrial areas with the Ports and the new shared use cycle/footway will complete the off-road routes for cyclists travelling through to the Immingham industrial area.
September 1, 2018 - September 1, 2019
North East Lincolnshire Council
Moody Lane and Woad Lane, Grimsby
Local Growth Fund: £2.095m
Other public sector fund: £0.524m
Private sector fund: £0.003
Total scheme expenditure: £2.622m
No LGF expenditure achieved to Q4 – 2018/19
Achieved up to Q4 – 2018/19
Construction Jobs: 10
Resurfaced carriageway (km): 0
Resurfaced footway (km): 0
Resurfaced shared use cycle/footway(km): 0
New shared use cycle/footway completed for public use (km): 0
Business case approved
All locations are approximate.