Liverpool Travel Information
Welcome to our Liverpool travel section. Here you'll find information on Liverpool John Lennon Airport, railway routes, the Mersey Ferry, coach links and local bus services. Liverpool has an integrated transport system which means local trains, ferry and buses operate together. You can buy a travel card to use across all types of transport in the city and beyond. See below for some ticket options.
There is a good bus service in Liverpool during the night with several routes operating 24 hours.
Liverpool Air Travel
Liverpool has its own airport located to the south east of the city. Liverpool South Parkway is the closest railway station but you will need to change for a local bus service to the airport.
Liverpool is a terminus for railways in the north west. Direct services operate from here to many parts of the country including London Euston, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Chester, Sheffield and Nottingham.
Liverpool Road Transport
Liverpool is well connected by Road Transport. There are two coach operators competing for business which have greatly reduced fares between Liverpool and London. Local bus users have a choice between Stagecoach and Arriva who operate a near monopoly in the city.
Liverpool is a port city with ferries travelling across the Mersey and further afield to the Isle of Man and Northern Ireland. Cruise liners also depart from Liverpool for trips around the world.
Liverpool Driving Information
Driving through Liverpool during the morning and evening rush hours is very difficult to say the least with new road closures every month! In this section we will feature information on main routes through the city and parking in Liverpool.