Category: Scheme consultations and analysis

Bikefast responses to consultations and new cycling schemes in Belfast

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Belfast Waterside to give car-addicted Belfast one more fix

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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 …

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Cycling snub at the Transport Hub

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You’d hope that a £175M public investment in a Transport Hub to revolutionise city transport would mean a step forward for active travel in Belfast. Instead …

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When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail

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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 …

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Exclusive: Revolution on the High Street

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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.

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Loosening the belt for expanding Belfast traffic

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If you were wondering why road works have closed off the pedestrian crossing on Donegall Quay / Queen Elizabeth Bridgem we have the answers..

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Belfast’s Middlepath scheme – almost there

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Bikefast’s response to the Middlepath Cycling Scheme offers three main changes which need to be made before construction begins

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Design. Consult. Ignore. Repeat?

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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?

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Concerted effort puts cycling at heart of York Street Interchange

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Belfast’s £130m York Street Interchange will be progressing with upgraded cycling provision due to a concerted effort by local cycle bods

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Getting on the wrong side of cyclists

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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 …

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Linen Quarter hung out to dry?

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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?

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