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Dublin Road cycleway tales – Translink

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What position does Translink hold on the Dublin Road cycleway? Our information request reveals..

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The Devil’s in the detail

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A reluctance to capture and share fine-grained active travel data suits the culture of inertia at the Department for Infrastructure

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#ChallengeMyDepartment

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On 5 May 2020 Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon made a statement in the Northern Ireland Assembly on reimagining the places we live and work in light …

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Shared past, shared present.. shared future?

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How the Department for Infrastructure has prioritised substandard shared walking / cycling schemes since 2016, against policy and design guidance

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Launch of pop-up motorway angers greenway users

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The Department for Infrastructure’s programme of pop-up motorways has been met with anger by users of the popular Comber Greenway. As part of COVID-19 lockdown measures …

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Nightmare on East Bridge Street comes true

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A realignment of traffic flow on a key route from East Belfast to the city centre has created significant additional risk and a barrier to people …

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Local MLAs call for Gasworks Bridge progress

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A cross-party group of Assembly Members in South Belfast have come together to call for work to begin on constructing a new foot and cycle bridge …

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Department for Infrastructure commits £12.5 million on urban cycling networks and greenways for 2019-20

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More fool you if believed the Department for Infrastructure was capable of simple, straightforward progress on cycling.   Actually doing things they should be doing today. …

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City centre cycleway wand issue – some tweets, images and videos

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This is Alfred St right now. We're meeting @deptinfra this week about stopping this. @deptinfra has refused to acknowledge a problem exists or that a solution …

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Thieves bored with Belfast Bikes now stealing three Gliders a week

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The future of Belfast’s new rapid transit system is in doubt after eight Gliders were found in the Lagan last night. It’s understood that almost a …

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