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|Denbighshire • Derbyshire • Flintshire • Lancashire • Shropshire • Staffordshire|
|Current Highways Agency Roads|
|M6, M53, M56, M60, M67, A55, A483, A494, A556|
|Altrincham • Birkenhead • Chester • Congleton • Crewe • Ellesmere Port • Macclesfield • Manchester Airport • Nantwich • Runcorn • Stockport|
|Current Highway Authorities|
|Cheshire East • Cheshire West & Chester • Derbyshire • Halton • Manchester • Stockport • Tameside • Trafford • Warrington • Wirral|
Cheshire is a traditional county in North West England.
Most non-trunk roads within the traditional county are maintained by the Unitary Authorities of Cheshire West & Chester, Cheshire East, Halton and Warrington, and the Metropolitan Boroughs of Stockport, Wirral, Trafford, Manchester and Tameside. A small part of the extreme north-east of the traditional county is administered by Derbyshire County Council.
Highways Agency Roads in Cheshire