The BBC Travel News Liverpool website has the latest roadworks, disruptions and traffic jam updates in Liverpool and neighbouring areas.
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Amey LG drainage works between Aigburth Road and Mossley Hill Drive (Sefton Park Perimeter Road) will mean a road closure until 2nd May 2015.
United Utilities sewer repair works near to Long Lane will be carried out under a road closure until 3rd May 2015.
Laing O’Rourke new junction works for Alder Hey near to Rudyard Road have resulted in lane restrictions until September 2015.
Scottish Power new service connection works at Montrose Way will mean lane off-peak restrictions until 6th May 2015.
Amey LG street lighting works between Paisley Street and Sandhills Lane have resulted in off-peak lane restrictions until 17th May 2015.
National Grid Gas emergency main repairs have resulted in a lane restriction at the junction with Edge Lane until 8th May 2015.
Amey LG junction improvement works at Vauxhall Road / Pall Mall have resulted in lane restrictions and 4-way temporary signals until 10th May 2015.
Bardsley Construction new student accommodation works between Seymour Street and St Vincent Street has resulted in a temporary one-way system (westbound from Seymour Street to St Vincent Street) until 28th August 2015.
Enterprise Liverpool Tree Pruning works will mean road closures as follows:
Ameon 33kv cable installation works at various locations have resulted in 2-way temporary signals until 31st May 2015.
Scottish Power new service connection works at Yanwath Street will mean off-peak lane restrictions on 7th to 8th May 2015.
United Utilities new service connection works near to Wellington Road will mean outbound lane restrictions on 17th May 2015.
Enterprise Liverpool grounds maintenance works from St Mary’s Road to the city boundary will mean off-peak lane restrictions until 2nd May 2015.
King Construction highway and drainage repair works from Gower Street to Salthouse have resulted in a lane restriction until 17th May 2015.
The redevelopment of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital by Carillion Construction Services has resulted in lane restrictions and a temporary one-way (Crown Street to Low Hill) until 31st March 2017.