A key phase in a radical upgrade to Liverpool’s historic “Dock Road” begins next week.
Work is to begin next week on a highways scheme to upgrade a major arterial route in and out of Liverpool city centre.
A major highways scheme which will transform a historic boulevard in the Toxteth area of Liverpool, complete with a cycling first for the city, is set to go ahead.
A far-reaching multi-million pound scheme to make Liverpool city centre easier to navigate for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists is to begin next week.
A two-week closure of part of Liverpool’s historic “Dock Road” will end this Sunday evening (20 January) as key works complete.
A two-week closure of part of Liverpool’s “Dock Road” begins on Monday, as two essential engineering jobs are completed at the … More
A series of pedestrian bridges connecting Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock to the city’s Pier Head have taken a step closer today.
New images showing a radical revamp to Liverpool’s historic Lime Street have been revealed.
Liverpool’s “dock road” is to reopen on Monday, 10 December after a month long closure to enable vital works to support the city’s new Isle of Man Ferry Terminal, located at Liverpool Waters.
Liverpool City Council has suspended all non-urgent highways works to support businesses and shoppers in the run up to the festive season.