A cycle protest is set to take place this Friday at 9.30am outside Mann Island Pier Head in Liverpool.
It will be in response to a series of CGIs images released by Liverpool City Council showing a ‘radical’ revamp of Lime Street.
However, Twitter users have said there is a lack of cycle lanes in the plans, and have planned a protest as a result.
CYCLE PROTEST 9.30 AM OUTSIDE MANN ISLAND PIER HEAD FRIDAY, BRING A BIKE @BikeRightUK @Chris_Boardman @BikeBizOnline @bnecc_ @bikeliverpool https://t.co/pB1kRpcMa2
— Paul the Cyclist (@cyclist13) December 11, 2018
The redesign includes a new public square outside Lime Street station and an expanded plateau outside St George’s Hall.
The scheme is part of a wider £45 million programme that the council has said will “transform connectivity” and how people move around Liverpool city centre.
A public information exercise is set to take place at the Central Library on 12th December from 10am to 6pm.