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There are a selective variety of transport facilities in present day Runcorn.

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There are a selective variety of transport facilities in present day Runcorn. All around Runcorn, the streets are well-know to be busy. Many things help to accomadate this busy lifestyle of ours. Everywhere we go, there are bus stops dotted all over Runcorn; with these are specially built bus ways, these help to decrease the traffic amounts on the main roads. To control the traffic and maintain safety on the roads there are many traffic lights at junctions equipped with pelican crossings. The public transport facilities in Runcorn are of a high standard of service. There are taxi firms willing to take passengers and there are regular buses, normally between 15 to 20 minutes. ...read more.


streets. The most common form of traffic control is the instalment of speed bumps/ramps, these are equipped in many places as some residents of certain areas potition for these as they believe they are required in their loacal area. These speed bumps force many vehicles to slow down on approach to avoid damage if approached at high speeds. Another not-so common form of traffic and transport control is chicanes; these drastically force all vehicles to slow down, forming a slalom that is hard to conquer. This prevents less accidents and less stress for the residents living in the area of instalment. ...read more.


There is a bus way that directly links to the shopping city, as well as a public road. Trident retail Park owns an incredibly large, one level car park to accommodate all the incoming shoppers. Halton Lea Shopping City owns a multi story car park to accommodate all of its shoppers. There are 10 stories in all to the Shopping City car park, all the different zones of the car park correlate with the different shopping zones inside the centre The transport facilities are well equipped and are many varied in present day Runcorn. ...read more.

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