Belfast’s new cycling network is planned over a leisurely 10 to 25 years IF money is made available – we need to tighten up the timescale and commitment
The Belfast Bicycle Network Plan map needs scrapped – but the replacement needs a top-notch methodology to back it up
The neighbourhood centres of Belfast life – the arterial streets – have been ignored in the Draft Belfast Bicycle Network Plan
Postcard campaign by taxi firm bosses wanting into bus lanes backfires as charm offensive flounders through ineptitude and patronising claims
“The city of Copenhagen has been restructuring its street network for several decades, removing driving lanes and parking places in a deliberate process to create better …
The Department for Infrastructure has moved its Cycling Revolution up a gear by proposing to radically alter Belfast’s High Street to attract more people to cycle in the city.
CYCLISTS PLEASE DISMOUNT signs causing confusion for no obvious reason in the centre of Belfast
Bicycle quicker over 2.5 mile morning journey than a car by a whopping TWENTY SIX minutes – Belfast’s congested Ormeau Road is no place to take your car..
Internal DfI research from 2016 seen by Bikefast says taxis in bus lanes could “impede other road users and could increase bus journey times”
If you were wondering why road works have closed off the pedestrian crossing on Donegall Quay / Queen Elizabeth Bridgem we have the answers..