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CLIMATE CRISIS? Let’s build more roads!

Liverpool City Council plans a dual carriageway along Sefton Street, Riverside Drive and Jericho Lane.
How much of Otterspool Park will be lost? How much more pollution will this new road cause?

Public Information Exhibitions

Monday 22 July 2019 – 10.00-19.00
Spinnaker Suite, The Yacht Club, Liverpool Marina, Coburg Wharf, Liverpool L3 4BP

Tuesday 23 July 2019 – 15.00-19.00
Atrium, Central Library, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EW

Cycle Lane Testing – Lime Street

3 August, 2022

Let’s try that new cycle lane on Lime Street togetherWednesday 10 August6pmMeet at St George’s Hall Organised by Cycle Liverpool

Protest Ride – 24 September

3 August, 2022

Saturday 24 September 202211amStart at Woolton Village Duck Pond L25 5JAFollowing Route 61pm Pier Head for picnic and speakers Organised by Cycle Liverpool

Three cycle lane consultations in Liverpool

1 August, 2022

Closing date Friday 9 September 2022 Liverpool City Council is asking the public for their feedback on the proposed permanent lanes, which are located on the following routes:• East Lancashire Road to the city centre – from Norris Green to Breck Road and on to Everton Park.• Gateacre to the city centre – connecting up…

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5 Comments

  1. Chris Beazer on 16 July, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    Talk about burying your head in the sand (or should that be tarmac?).

  2. Paul the Cyclist on 16 July, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    Obviously they left out some text. the proper press release is below.

    “Liverpool City Council plans a dual carriageway, bus and cycle lane along Sefton Street, Riverside Drive and Jericho Lane. Limited on road parking with metered parking spaces available, along with more seating and tables for people to enjoy the River Vistas.”

    • Don Thompson on 16 July, 2019 at 10:13 pm

      Fantastic….The views of the river can be enjoyed with extra noxious air produced by all the extra traffic, with further noise & vibration of course!

  3. Bernadette O'Neill on 19 October, 2019 at 11:10 pm

    OMG I though we were suppose
    to be cutting down on fuel omission!. So lots more cars to solve the problem!

  4. Anthony Bowman on 25 October, 2019 at 6:29 pm

    I live on Jericho Lane and contacted the council and my MP about the already busyness of my road and the FACT no one drives at the speed limit and HGV lorries all night from 11 -7 in the morning. They replied no money for traffic lights, bumps 30 mph signs. But now the can knock down trees and lighting dig up the road and make it a dual carriage way resiculous!

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