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Transport in Liverpool

Summary
Liverpool in North West England, is a major British city with significant road, rail, and ferry networks, in addition to an international airport and a well-known dock system. As with most other major UK cities, Liverpool's transport infrastructure is centred on its road and rail networks. Public transport services within the city are controlled and run by Merseytravel. The road network in and around Liverpool is primarily managed by the relevant local authority in which the roads are located, although (in common with all parts of the UK outside of London) the major trunk roads, in England, are the responsibility of National Highways. Road Cars Liverpool has direct road links with many other major areas of England. The A5058 road / Queens Drive inner ring road was completed in 1927, the A580 road / East Lancs Road (the UK's first inter-city highway) to Salford was opened in 1934, and the M57 motorway outer ring road was completed and opened in 1974. The west to e
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