Utility firms wanting to dig up roads in Liverpool will have to apply for permission to do so, in a drive to ensure better co-ordination of highways work.
The Churchill Way flyovers in Liverpool city centre are to close after a routine inspection concluded that further investigation works are required.
THERE’S just no getting round it, potholes are a big issue.
They are a menace to motorists and have the potential to hold every one up as they go about their daily business.
It’s a fact that many of Liverpool’s roads are in a poor condition and when it comes to putting it right, Liverpool City Council’s in the driving seat.
Liverpool City Council is set to invest a further £5m into fixing potholes by using monies raised from the sale of its historic Municipal Building.
A £1.3m upgrade of a major Liverpool city centre junction is to begin tomorrow (Wednesday, 12 October).
Sefton Council is encouraging anyone who uses the borough’s roads and footpaths to take part in a new survey.
Plans for a £32 million improvement and widening of a major route in North Liverpool are set to take a major step forward
Work gets underway on Monday 11 January on vital highways improvements around the Project Jennifer site in Liverpool
A âTarmacademy’ to train unemployed people in road laying is to be set up in Liverpool
Liverpool City Council is to dramatically speed up its £80 million roads investment programme.