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 Windle Island

Windle IslandWindle Island

The scheme would improve the current junction at Windle Island with an upgrade of the current signalling and junction layout.

The scheme would see the establishment of controlled left turn links, signalised pedestrian and cycling crossing facilities at the junction and installation of SCOOT traffic system to optimise capacity. The junction is a key strategic point in the Liverpool City Region road network, being the crossing point of the A570 and A580 East Lancs Road (one of the main routes into Knowsley and Liverpool), as well as the B5201 crossing the junction. The junction exceeds capacity daily, especially during peak periods leading to congestion as well as delay for motorist/bus services and freight. The scheme is identified within the third Local Transport Plan for Merseyside and is on the Strategic Freight Network for Merseyside. 

 

Business case and supporting documents:

Windle Island Full Major Scheme Business Case

Appendix A - Options Appraisal Report

Appendix B - Scheme Drawing

Appendix C - Economic Appraisal Report

Appendix D - Analysis of Available Data (covered in Appendix C)

Appendix E - Transport Economic Efficiency

Appendix F - Safety Benefits (covered in Appendix P and Q)

Appendix G - Environmental Appraisal

Appendix H - Appraisal Summary Table

Appendix I - Analysis of Monetised Costs and Benefits (AMCB)

Appendix J - Public Accounts Table

Appendix K - Scheme Cost Estimates

Appendix L - Letter from Section 151 Officer

Appendix M - Scheme Delivery Programme

Appendix N - Risk Assessment and Management Strategy

Appendix O - Economic Impact Assessment

Appendix P - Social Impact Assessment

Appendix Q - Distributional Impact Screening

Appendix R - St Helens Council Consultation Code

 

If you woulld like to comment on the project please email ltp@merseytravel.gov.uk

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