Council's £45m roads plan could 'kill' coach tourism in Liverpool, tour guides chief warns



A city tour guide has warned that the city’s new £45m roads masterplan could “kill” coach tourism to the city.
The Liverpool City Centre Connectivity Scheme (LCCC) includes eight major projects such as halving the number of lanes on the Strand and extending St George’s Hall plateau.
Bus routes through the city will also be changed and other roads, including Brownlow Hill, will be given new landscaping to make them pedestrian-friendly.
The plans are open to consultation and the first public meeting was held this morning for business group the Liverpool BID Company.
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6 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 29
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