Draft Belfast Bicycle Network 2017 - Consultation

Consultation opened on 23 January 2017. Closing date 13 April 2017.

Summary

The Minister for Infrastructure is committed to increasing the level of active travel and strongly supports improving health and wellbeing for everyone across the region. In this draft Belfast Bicycle Network consultation document, the Minister sets out his plans to develop a quality bicycle infrastructure for Belfast.

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Consultation description

This consultation document outlines the issues which we have identified as important in developing a bicycle network for the city of Belfast.  We welcome comments in relation to relevant issues that are important to you in the development of a comprehensive network for the bicycle which many not have been covered in the draft document.

Please respond via the online link or if you prefer print the 'Have Your Say' form attached and post to the address below.

The attached map is a work in progress and subject to ongoing review especially following the consultation. You should find it useful for plotting a particular bicycle route in your area as part of this consultation.

http://riversagency.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=ec86399dde0f43f797b7deabee9233ab

 A number of consultation events have been organised throughout the city, details of which are noted below:

  • Friday 24 February      ARC NI, Wildflower Way, Boucher Rd  4.00-5.30pm
  • Friday 24 February      Andersonstown Leisure Centre   7.00-8.30pm
  • Monday 27 Feb            Grove Wellbeing Centre, Shore Rd 4.00-5.30pm
  • Monday 27 Feb            Spectrum Centre, Shankill Rd  7.00-8.30pm
  • Friday 3 March             Downshire Community Hall, Cregagh Rd  4-5.30pm
  • Friday 3 March             Belfast Boat Club, Lockview Rd, 7.00-8.30pm
  • Monday 13 March        Disability Action, Airport Rd, 4.00-5.30pm
  • Monday 13 March        Eastside Visitors Centre, Newtownards Rd  7.00-8.30pm
  • Wednesday 15 March    Spires, City Centre 4.00-5.30pm

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