Tag: Belfast City Council
The strange saga of the push to get thousands of private hire taxis into Belfast bus lanes continues as the Department for Infrastructure announces the end …
Belfast councillors have reacted to a flood of public complaints by voting to retain the current service offered by its Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes public bicycle hire scheme. …
Belfast City Councillors will vote tomorrow on reducing the “free” first 30 minutes of Coca-Cola Zero Belfast Bikes journeys to just 15 minutes, fundamentally altering the …
Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce is remarkably calling for some pedestrianised areas of Belfast to be opened to private cars
The opening of CS Lewis Square in East Belfast has seen the launch of a new Belfast Bikes station
Bikefast looks back at a successful second running of Ciclovia Belfast and the plans for the future
Belfast City Council are planning to proceed with Belfast Bikes expansion after a successful first year which has “exceeded expectations”
Ciclovia Belfast looks set to return for a sequel as a Belfast City Council committee will decide next Wednesday on funding for the event.
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?
Belfast’s proposed pedestrian and cycling Gasworks Bridge has been granted planning permission by Belfast City Council, but a row has broken out over last minute Unionist resistance to the project.