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Lime Street plans revealed

Lime Street plans (Adelphi end and St Georges Hall end), which are part of Liverpool City Centre Connectivity scheme, were on show at Central Library on Wednesday, 12 December from 10am to 6pm.  Comments (by email or questionnaire) need to be returned to oliver.brown@amey.co.uk in early January (January 11th as amended from January 4th on Better roads website although the planning committee date is 8th January – so best to do early!)  The Better Roads website confusingly also has original plans that include the cycle track still present, but comments are required on the new plans (as linked above).

New images reveal revamped Lime Street

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1 Comment

  1. Paul the cyclist on 10 December, 2018 at 2:35 pm

    From the blurb,
    The Lime Street designs also include the installation of a water feature at the southern end of the plateau, which lies within the city’s World Heritage Site. A proposed dedicated cycle lane will no longer feature in the scheme following feedback from the public consultation last year.

    Cant remember any consultation about a major artery and link to a transport hub not haveing a bike link to it , otherwise it looks a good idea, but huge disruption for a few years while its all done.

    But its having a water feature, think pond and a fountain, just like the fountain at the other end of lime street that doesnt work.

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