Members of the public have been given the opportunity to vote on the name of the railway station proposed at the St James site, which is located between Liverpool Central and Brunswick Street
A shortlist of three potential names has been produced after initial discussions between the main partners on the scheme – Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, Network Rail, Merseyrail and Liverpool City Council.
To avoid any confusion with the existing James Street station in Liverpool city centre, a decision has been taken to pick a new name for the station that will reflect the modern area in which it will be located.
The three names to choose from are:
- Liverpool Baltic
- Liverpool Parliament Street
- Liverpool Riverside
The public vote is open until 5pm on Friday 18 February and can be accessed on the Commonplace site at https://newliverpoolstation.commonplace.is