The project, delivered by Liverpool City Council, 2020 Liverpool and Birse Civils, and completed in summer 2011, has helped create a much improved route into the city from the east.
Work included a new dual carriageway, six major junctions, extensive utilities works, and a 400 metre-long, seven-metre-high retaining wall.
The scheme also saw improvements to cycling…
Say advanced stop lines and shared paths again, I dare ya, see what happens!
I thought we had left the 1970s behind but here we have a bog standard hostile massive road junction winning an infrastructure award, beating both a rather nice footbridge in Salford and improvements to a railway station. Am I getting a Chopper for Christmas?