Category: Scheme consultations and analysis
Bikefast responses to consultations and new cycling schemes in Belfast
A £400m development in Belfast includes plans to significantly widen a street to as many as SEVEN lanes, in a move which will serve to accommodate …
A reply to the Department of Infrastructure in defense of Belfast city centre pedestrians Many thanks for your email of 5 July 2017. I’ve included the …
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.
If you were wondering why road works have closed off the pedestrian crossing on Donegall Quay / Queen Elizabeth Bridgem we have the answers..
Bikefast’s response to the Middlepath Cycling Scheme offers three main changes which need to be made before construction begins
Bikefast analysis and verdict on ten months of Belfast’s flagship protected city centre cycleway – a flawed scheme in the wrong place at the right time?
Belfast’s £130m York Street Interchange will be progressing with upgraded cycling provision due to a concerted effort by local cycle bods
Should Belfast’s new cycling infrastructure be fully separated from general traffic on the busiest roads? Are kerbs and painted surfaces enough, or should bollards be deployed …
The amplifying effect of dense on-street car parking and free circulation of vehicles drowns out street-level life in the Linen Quarter. Can an upgraded paving palette alone solve this?