Liverpool Baltic Station

Baltic CGI of station

Liverpool Baltic CGI Teaser

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About the Project

Mayor Steve Rotheram, the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and project partners are currently developing ambitious plans for a new station in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle and want to hear your views.

Plans for Liverpool Baltic station include step-free access from street to train, passenger waiting facilities, fully accessible passenger toilets, secured monitored cycle parking and links to an enhanced local active travel network.

The £100m station scheme is part of Mayor Rotheram’s “Merseyrail for All” commitment to reach communities that are currently not connected to the local rail network by utilising the region’s new pioneering battery powered technology, which has made it possible to extend the lines beyond current boundaries.

It is also hoped that it will encourage more residents to travel by public transport instead of car, supporting the Mayor’s target to reach net zero by 2035 – the most ambitious target for a city region in the country.

The fully-staffed Liverpool Baltic Station will provide a new link to the Merseyrail network for those living in the Baltic Triangle and Toxteth areas, as well as those travelling for work, leisure and education opportunities in one of the city region’s fastest growing areas.

The station scheme is being funded through the City Region Sustainable Transport Settlements (CRSTS), allocated via the Department for Transport.

As part of the planning application process, we want to gather feedback from residents and rail users on the station proposals.

You can have your say by completing our online survey online by 11.59pm, Sunday 4th August 2024.

Information gathered from this survey will be used to finalise the designs ahead of the planning application. Subject to approval, it is expected work will begin on site in 2025, with the station planned for opening by the end of 2027.

Baltic Station CGI Images

Baltic Station street level view on Stanhope Street

Baltic Station street level view on Stanhope Street

Meet our Team

As part of the public engagement, the Combined Authority will also be hosting two drop in events, where you can learn more about our plans for the Liverpool Baltic Station. Members of the project team will be on-hand to answer your questions, and you’ll be able to get a unique view of the station by trying out our virtual reality walkthrough, allowing you to place yourself within the station and view its facilities and points of interest.

Meet our team

The Shed, 92 DegreesTuesday 16 July 202411am – 8pmBaltic Creative CiC, 49 Jamaica Street, L1 0AH
FireFit Youth & Community HubTuesday 23 July11am – 8pm115 Upper Warwick Street, Toxteth, L8 8HD


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