Allstate NI Laganside diversion
Work is beginning on a new Allstate NI office block beside Central Station, meaning users of the Laganside path will face a number of diversions over the next two years.
First sight of the future network
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.
Changing the narrative
Over 300,000 shoppers live within a 20 minute bicycle ride of Belfast city centre’s shops, cafes, restaurants and workplaces. Yet clever media voices continue to distract people away from chronic motoring problems to attack sustainable transport in Belfast.
Belfast bus lanes and bikes are working
The overall balance is clearly positive – for the public, not for the motorist. And that is what it is meant to be.
Cargobike Dad looks at the current consultation on Belfast’s Linen Quarter and finds very little consideration of bicycle movements.
Happy birthday John Boyd Dunlop
Celebrating the life of John Boyd Dunlop on his birthday (5 Feb 1840) and his impact on cycling and Belfast.
The radio show
The weird world of entitled motorists admitting they can’t drive safely and blaming it on someone else.
“Anti-motor car Taliban” ruining Belfast soitis
Stephen Nolan hosts a debate on Sammy Wilson’s unique views about Belfast transport. Do go on..
Report: “Cyclist injured in crash with van on Belfast’s Ormeau Road”
A van being driven on Belfast’s Ormeau Road knocked a man off his bicycle this morning.