Plans have been unveiled for the complex removal of the Churchill Way flyovers in Liverpool that opened in 1970.
The city council say the demolition will a have huge impact on traffic in the city centre and work will begin to dismantle the structure in September and will be completed in December.
Liverpool City Council approved the plans at a cost of £6.75m, after the two-lane highways were closed at the end of September 2018 following the discovery of construction flaws.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said:
Steven McKinney, Principal Engineering Manager, Amey Consulting, said:
Full details of the removal phase can be found here.