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Consultations – Liverpool – Halton – Sefton – St HELENS

Liverpool

Pop-up cycle lanes
The proposed routes are:
Route 4 – East Lancs Road – City Centre
Route 5 – East Prescot Road – City Centre
Route 6 – (University Route): Gateacre – City Centre
Route 7 – Liverpool Loop South: Hale – City Centre

https://liverpool.gov.uk/cyclingconsultation
Closing date 24th March 2021.

Halton

Runcorn to Daresbury Cycle Route
https://consultprojectcentre.co.uk/cyclehalton
Closing date 4th April 2021.
An online information event will take place via Microsoft Teams on Monday 22 March, at 5pm – 6pm
https://consultprojectcentre.co.uk/cyclehalton/survey_tools/information-session

Sefton

Sefton’s Maritime Corridor
The Maritime Corridor reaches from Switch Island to Netherton Way (A5038) and links Atlantic Park to the wider region and the Port of Liverpool.
This scheme involves improving junctions on Ormskirk Road (A59), Dunnings Bridge Road (A5036) and Netherton Way (A5038) as well as the local road network.
https://yourseftonyoursay.sefton.gov.uk/investment-programmes-and-infrastructure/maritime-corridor-improvements/
Closing date 28th March 2021.

St Helens

St Helens Borough Council has launched a public consultation to seek views on how more than £1m of funding should be spent to make walking and cycling safer, accessible, and enjoyable for residents.
www.sthelens.gov.uk/activetravelfund  
Closing date 28th March 2021.

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