Tag: Alfred Street
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?
NI Cycles takes a closer look at the developing city centre cycle track with a few aspect causing concern – from bollard placement to junction protection and priority measures.
The new Alfred Street – Upper Arthur Street cycleway in Belfast has been officially launched by Transport Minister Michelle McIlveen. The cycleway provides a protected route from the traffic-free Laganside route all the way to the pedestrianised city centre shopping area around Cornmarket.
Cargobike Dad takes a cycle down the new Alfred Street cycle track (which is still under construction) to look at how the emerging layout matches up against the designs – and finds more than a few things to worry about.
Contractors working on the Belfast Bicycle Improvement Plan today ripped through Cyclesaurus, little dinosaur tail cycle lane on Alfred Street.
Contractors have been hard at work this weekend progressing Section 1 of the Belfast Bicycle Improvement Plan on Alfred Street, with a smooth cycling surface and markings giving a flavour of the completed project.