Liverpool Baltic Station

Closes 4 Aug 2024

Your Liverpool Baltic Station

1. Active Travel - Walking, Cycling & Wheeling

The station and surrounding areas will provide improved accessible active travel facilities for cyclists and pedestrians. Outside of the station there will be new cycle lanes and secure monitored cycle parking. In addition, dedicated cycle routes, separate from other traffic, will be created, running north, south, east and west of the station and these will be accompanied by new traffic signals and pedestrian crossings.

What do you think about our plans for active travel?

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2. Accessibility

The station will be fully step-free from the street to boarding the train including the bus stops near to the station. There will be an accessible toilet, a Changing Places facility and disabled car parking spaces.

What do you think about our plans for accessibility?

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3. Around the station

The station and surrounding areas will have upgraded street lighting, signage for pedestrians and road users, traffic signage and street furniture.

A brand-new pedestrian crossing across St James Place, linking Upper Stanhope Street and Stanhope Street, will also be installed, providing safe access for pedestrians from an easterly direction.

Provision has also been made to enable the station to cope with larger volumes of passengers when events are taking place in the area.

What do you think about our plans for around the station?

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4. Overall, how do you feel about our plans for the Liverpool Baltic Station and plans for around the station?
5. If you would be interested in joining a station adoption group in the future, please submit an email address in the box below so we can contact you specifically on this scheme.

What is a station adoption group?

Merseyrail in Bloom is a commitment from the Metro Mayor which builds on the work that Merseyrail and the LCRCA  deliver through the many Community Station Partnerships across its network. These include voluntary schemes which enable individuals, groups or organisations to get involved with their local station. Each partnership is different and can include anything from creating flower borders, art projects, celebratory events and to providing community information. 

We would welcome such a project at this new station.  We are happy to share some examples of how other stations with community involvement have made the station environment brighter and more welcoming whilst winning national awards. Please leave your email address and we will contact you.