Liverpool City Council has appointed three contractors to deliver the second year of its Highways Investment Programme (HIP).
A series of new cameras designed to curb moving traffic contraventions will go live in Liverpool next week.
Liverpool City Council is to set out its key transport priorities for the next four years as part of its ambition to achieve Carbon net-zero status.
The completion of the first major upgrade to one of Liverpool’s key active travel corridors has been hailed as “a game-changer” for the city’s population.
A gas pipe buried under Aigburth Road – unseen since the 1860s – is causing a major headache for engineers who need to fix it.
Following an informal survey about proposals to amend the City Centre Controlled Parking Zone, the City Council has now launched a formal public consultation.
A public consultation is being launched today (Monday, 19 June) on a major new active travel route in the city.
A report on proposed changes to on-street parking in Liverpool city centre is set to be debated next week.
A project to radically reduce the environmental impact of Liverpool’s roads has been given a multi-million pound boost.
A project to improve how people get around Liverpool city centre has been given the green light.
Liverpool City Council has launched a public consultation on extending the city’s ‘Football Match Parking Zone’ around Everton Football Club’s new stadium, at Bramley-Moore Dock.
A highways contractor for Liverpool City Council has marked a major new milestone in reducing carbon emissions.