New £250m super road through Rimrose Valley to ease Port of Liverpool traffic



Highways England has decided to build a £250 million road through a Merseyside park to try and cope with the surge in traffic bound for the £400m port of Liverpool.
Highways England (HE) has been consulting local opinion on how to manage the port-bound traffic. The options came down to making improvements to Church Road, Litherland, or building a new highway through Rimrose Valley park.
The Friends of Church Road have argued that the A5036 was already heavily overloaded with lorries. Meanwhile The Friends of Rimrose Valley said a new road through the area would ruin a valued green space.... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 49
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