Whether for business or pleasure, we’re improving and transforming the ways in which people can move around the region and beyond.

A modern, effective transport system is what defines great international cities (and city regions). Connecting people to employment, education and leisure also supports and grows the economy.

Achieving this is not an easy task, but Liverpool City Region has always done things differently, and with transport we make no exception.

Environment

Liverpool City Region residents back new walking and cycling network plans

The plans could help convince more people to leave their cars at home.
General News

Funding announced for new lifts at five Liverpool City Region rail stations

The upgrades are part of a £300m national funding package.
General News

Roll-out of new 24-7 £1 Mersey Tunnel toll begins

The reduced rate is now available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year benefiting 57K people.
General News

Traffic light technology improving journeys for Liverpool City Region bus users.

The Intelligent Transport System (ITS) alters signal timings to prioritise buses that are running late.
Environment

Liverpool City Region Launches £6.4m Hydrogen Bus Project

The project will potentially see up to 25 hydrogen–powered buses on the streets of the Liverpool City Region.
General News

Business and rail leaders mark five years of rail advancement

The event celebrated the first five years of the Liverpool City Region’s 30 year rail strategy.
Environment

Bus travel and satisfaction levels are up across the Liverpool City Region

The Liverpool City Region is once again bucking the national trend with rising bus passenger numbers, coupled with high satisfaction ratings from users.
Devolution

Steve Rotheram Announces Commission to Deliver New Station for Liverpool City Centre

The new station will enable the city region’s connection to HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail.
General News

Metro Mayor hails improved facilities as Newton-le-Willows Interchange scheme officially opens

The £18.95m investment was funded by the Local Growth Fund and Merseytravel.
Transport

£4m scheme to revive Liverpool’s “most beautiful boulevard” approved

Liverpool City Council has given the go-ahead to a major highways scheme.