As games are being played behind closed doors there will be a reduced traffic management plan in place to ensure the impact on the local community is minimal.
On matchdays the following road closure will be in place:
Anfield Road will be closed four hours prior kick off between Skerries Road and Alroy Road. However, there will be no vehicular or pedestrian access - pedestrians will be diverted into Stanley Park via Dahlia Walk as an alternative route between Alroy Road and Arkles Lane. Appropriate wayfinding signage will be installed to help direct residents. LFC fan support and stewards will be on hand along the route.
Please be aware we may be required to close Dahlia Walk intermittently to allow for key workers attending the game to cross into the Stadium footprint from Stanley Car Park. Pedestrians may be required to wait for a short period of time to allow people to cross safely.
Unlike previous matchdays, Anfield Road at Blessington Road and Sleepers Hill will remain open. However, we will have traffic management operatives in place to advise of the road closure ahead. Likewise, Walton Breck Road will remain open. However, we may be required to close the road for health and safety reasons during the game - we will only do this if absolutely necessary.
Please be advised that there will be no public access to Paisley Square or 96 Avenue .
We will work to re-open Anfield Road and all other areas around the Stadium as soon as possible post-match.
Please be advised that the Resident Access Pass will NOT be in operation for the remaining games of the season as a result of reduced road closures. Residents will be able to access the roads in the vicinity of the Stadium as usual other than Anfield Road which will remain closed.
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