Ends: 4 April 2022
Sefton Council is seeking views from Southport residents and visitors over potential improvements to the town’s key eastern access routes.
The proposed Southport Eastern Access scheme seeks to improve the road, cycling and walking network between the town centre and the Southport Road border in Kew.
Improvements would look to ease congestion issues for motorists, while also seeking to revamp cycling and pedestrian infrastructure at the eastern approach to the town.
The areas within the Southport Eastern Access scheme include:
Scarisbrick New Road
More information in the survey: yourseftonyoursay.sefton.gov.uk/investment-programmes-and-infrastructure/southport-eastern-access-improvements
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