Check timetables and plan your journeys a few days before the event – don’t leave it until the last minute.
These are important messages from transport leaders as the Liverpool City Region gears up to welcome back the Giants for Liverpool’s Dream – their third and final visit to the streets of Liverpool and, for the first time, Wirral.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join the event, taking place between 4th and 7th October, placing a significant increase in demand on public transport services during the four days – as well as closing many major road routes.
City Region transport providers have worked together to put plans in place to help keep people moving and there will be changes to some services and timetables as a result of the event.
Whether they travel by rail, bus, ferry or car, anyone travelling to, from and around the city region during this time to either enjoy the events or for other purposes is strongly advised to check timetables, plan their journeys and allow extra travelling time to avoid disappointment.
For the latest information about services, customers should check with the relevant transport operator in the run up to and on their day of travel. Information will also be available online and via social media.
There will be extra staff from a variety of transport providers deployed at key locations during the four days to provide information and support people with their journeys.
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