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 has launched a public consultation to inform how and where the city invests in new infrastructure that will encourage people to walk and cycle more often.
A road has been named in honour of the late disability rights campaigner Sir Bert Massie.
James Lau, Assistant Engineer in our Highways and Transportation team, reflects on how the apprenticeship levy led to a 'wheelie-good' change of fortune in his career.
An underused concrete amphitheatre has been transformed into Liverpool’s first purpose-built children's learn-to-ride facility.
A trio of temporary cycle lanes in Liverpool, created during the Covid-19 pandemic, are set to be made permanent thanks to a multi-million pound funding boost.
A public consultation is being launched today (Monday, 19 June) on a major new active travel route in the city.
Music fans attending the The National Lottery’s Big Eurovision Welcome concert on Sunday, 7 May are being offered a free park-and-ride service.
A report on proposed changes to on-street parking in Liverpool city centre is set to be debated next week.