The Mersey Gateway Project

Mersey Gateway and Silver Jubilee Bridge tolling – a clarification

Recently we have been receiving questions about Mersey Gateway and Silver Jubilee Bridge tolling particularly why tolls are needed and how the decision to toll both bridges was made.

We have written the below statement for clarification. This statement is an information document and all the content used sits in the public domain.

Both the new Mersey Gateway Bridge and the existing Silver Jubilee Bridge will be tolled once the new bridge opens in 2017.

Toll levels for when the new bridge opens in 2017 have now been set.

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North roundabout at M56 Junction 12 set for a weekend closure from 10pm on Saturday 26 July to 5am on Monday 28 July

July 15, 2014MerseylinkNews

There will be no access between Runcorn and Junction 12 of the M56 from 10pm on Saturday 26 July and 5am on Monday 28 July due to a closure of the north roundabout at Junction 12.

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Mersey Gateway Project’s remediation of Catalyst Trade Park wins top technological award

June 20, 2014adminNews

The Mersey Gateway Project’s clean-up work (also called remediation) of a 5.6 hectare site at Catalyst Trade Park in Widnes in partnership with Celtic Technologies has won the ‘Technological Application Award’ at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Awards.

The award-winning clean-up work at Catalyst Trade Park

The award-winning clean-up work at Catalyst Trade Park

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Mersey Gateway team swap shovels for fishing nets to carry out fish rescue

June 16, 2014adminNews

The team working on the Mersey Gateway Project swapped shovels and JCBs for dinghies and fishing nets to rehome 680 fish from one part of the St Helen’s Canal to another.

Fish being rescued from the St Helens Canal as part of the Mersey Gateway Project

Fish being rescued from the St Helens Canal as part of the Mersey Gateway Project

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Bridge consortium opens Time Bank applications to help Halton community

June 3, 2014adminNews

The team building the Mersey Gateway Bridge between Runcorn and Widnes is launching a new initiative – the Merseylink Time Bank – to provide long-standing benefits for people living and working in the Halton area.

Apply for support from the Merseylink Time Bank

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