Maritime Corridor Improvements Scheme

Closed 11 Apr 2021

Opened 1 Mar 2021

Overview

Help Us to Develop a Scheme to Improve Travel to and from the Maritime Corridor

Sefton Council are improving our streets and transport network to support our Sefton 2030 Vision, throughout the whole of the Borough of Sefton.

The Maritime Corridor reaches from Switch Island to Netherton Way (A5038) and links Atlantic Park to the wider region and the Port of Liverpool.

This scheme involves improving junctions on Ormskirk Road (A59), Dunnings Bridge Road (A5036) and Netherton Way (A5038) as well as the local road network.

Sefton Council is looking at improving five key junctions to make them better for all traffic as well as people walking and cycling.  We are also looking at how best to improve and link up walking and cycling routes to provide safe and seperate routes for active travel (walking and cycling) throughout the corridor.

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The Maritime Corridor is recognised as an area for potential growth by both the Council and the wider Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. The Maritime Corridor Improvements will look to improve connnectivity and reduce congestion which will help to improve air quality and the regions public health, whilst unlocking the economic potential of the area.

We have an Easy Read version of this consultation.

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Why we are consulting

The Martime Corridor Improvements scheme is at a very early stage. Initial consultation with key stakeholders is showing positive support for the scheme and its main objectives. Sefton Council has not secured funding for this scheme, however hope to secure future funding.

Now is therefore a key time to engage with the wider public and local residents and businesses. Now is the time to have Your Say.

This survey is anonymous. However, please note that at the end of this survey, before submitting your results, you will be asked if you want to provide an email address so that you can receive a PDF copy of your response. This is completely optional. The email address is only used to send the email to you via the online consultation system provided by Delib as the data processor. The email address will not be stored with the responses and Sefton Council will not have access it.

What happens next

The results of this consultation will be analysed and a report of the findings will be issued on Sefton Council website.

Areas

  • Ford
  • Litherland
  • Molyneux
  • Netherton and Orrell
  • St Oswald

Audiences

  • Public
  • Schools
  • Stakeholders
  • Local businesses
  • Local residents

Interests

  • Equality & Inclusion
  • Public Transport
  • Street scene
  • Air Quality
  • Regeneration
  • Education and Learning
  • The environment
  • General interest
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Public health
  • Planning
  • Sports & Physical activity
  • Tourism
  • Highways & Transportation
  • Highways and Public Protection