Completed schemes



You can also keep up to date with the progress of our all our schemes on this site or via our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Completed Better Roads schemes 
Scheme name Overview Date completed
Princes Avenue STEP Scheme

This £4m scheme was part of Liverpool City Region’s Sustainable Transport Enhancement Package that focused on the regeneration of the central reservation along Princes Avenue and upgrading the carriageway and footpaths along Princes Avenue and Princes Road.

Autumn 2020
The Churchill Way Flyovers Deconstruction Scheme

The Churchill Way flyovers have been successfully dismantled over a four-month period.

Dec 2020
Park Lane STEP Scheme Part of a drive to improve pedestrian and cycling facilities in the city, this scheme created a continuous cycle route from the Baltic Triangle along Park Lane to connect with Jamaica Street.  May 2018
Great Howard Street Bridge Replacement Scheme This scheme was the first stage of a £32m project designed to improve Great Howard Street (A565) which links Liverpool with Sefton. This road will also be a vital route for freight to and from the new Liverpool2 deep water container terminal. April 2018 
A57 STEP Scheme The Sustainable Transport Enhancement Package (STEP) Scheme focuses on the A57 - Kensington, Prescot Road and East Prescot Road - and will improve traffic signals along the route, reduce journey times for all users and create a better link between Liverpool city centre, Knowsley and St Helens. May 2017
Earle Road STEP Scheme Tunnel Road has an upgraded wider Toucan crossing for pedestrians and cyclists. New pedestrian crossings added on Upper Parliament Street, cycle lanes added to Tunnel Road and cycle tracks marked along Smithdown Lane. April 2017
BID Streets Scheme This two-year £1.6m investment programme is nearly at its end and has improved Liverpool’s business area, as well as the links between the commercial district and the retail core of the city. July 2016
Netherfield Road South STEP Scheme A new Toucan crossing provides a safer crossing point for pedestrians and cyclists connecting Everton Park to Prince Edwin Street, as well as the cycle routes along Great Homer Street and beyond. April 2016