Over the next few years we’re spending £300m on Liverpool's roads to make our city a better place to live, work and visit. We’re improving key routes that are in poor condition and carry large volumes of traffic. Unfortunately, there will be short-term disruption but we’ll do everything we can to keep things moving.

The package of measures taking place includes:

  • Road surfacing improvement.
  • A review and improvement of traffic lights.
  • Improvements to key traffic junctions for both drivers and pedestrians.
  • A reduction in bottlenecks on key transport routes by widening roads.
  • A review of bus routes to reduce delays.
  • Greater priority for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Improvements to signs and street lighting.

There are huge economic benefits to be had from well-maintained, high-quality highways that keep traffic flowing and vehicle running costs low. And by ensuring people and goods can move efficiently, we'll make our city a more desirable place to live, work, visit and do business in.

Keep up to date with the progress of our current schemes on these pages, or via our Facebook and Twitter accounts.