£37M to Transform Liverpool’s Transport System

The Liverpool City Region was provisionally allocated over £37 million from the Levelling Up Fund to improve transport infrastructure. Plans for the funding will see the creation of new walking and cycling routes and junction improvements across the city region to address issues of deprivation in the area.

The package of projects aims to:

  • improve connectivity and access to key services for residents
  • improve sustainable access to employment
  • support clean and inclusive growth
  • reduce congestion

Plans for Sefton, Wirral and Liverpool

Plans for the allocation focus on three areas:

  • The Maritime Corridor in Sefton
  • Birkenhead Central Gateway
  • St George’s Gateway
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