The Mersey Gateway Project

Mersey Gateway Time Bank to return to boost Halton communities in 2019

January 4, 2019MerseylinkNews

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Mersey Gateway Project scoops national award success at prestigious RICS Awards

The Mersey Gateway has been awarded the prestigious Infrastructure Award at the RICS Grand Final following its earlier Project of the Year win at the regional heats.

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Latest customer dashboard shows Mersey Gateway Bridge traffic continuing to increase

Latest Mersey Gateway figures show an increase in total journeys and average daily traffic on the new toll bridge connecting Runcorn and Widnes.

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Mersey Gateway Bridge crossings reach over 23 million as the iconic structure celebrates its first anniversary

The iconic Mersey Gateway Bridge has welcomed over 23 million journeys in its first year of operation, averaging 64,000 crossings per day and 72,000 each weekday.

At midnight on the 14 October 2017 the new bridge opened to traffic following a spectacular night of celebration with a light and fireworks display enjoyed by tens of thousands of people across Halton.

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Lane closures on the Mersey Gateway Bridge

September 20, 2018MerseylinkNews, Uncategorized

Along with many parts of the UK, Halton experienced high winds yesterday (Wednesday 19th September) and at approximately 15:00 Merseylink were alerted to a damaged street light on the Mersey Gateway Bridge. Merseylink immediately attended the site and inspected all street light columns as a precaution as more high winds are expected. As a result, a number of columns were removed. We apologise for any inconvenience and if our lane closures caused some delays however, safety of our road users is paramount . There will be further lane closures over the coming days as we continue to monitor the bridge and street furniture. We will aim to keep disruption to a minimum. Updates will be provided on our website and social media.

Halton Borough Council Mersey Link

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