The report presents data from the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey (CHS) in relation to walking and cycling to/from work by persons in Northern Ireland.
Written Ministerial Statement by Minister Nichola Mallon MLA, Minister for Infrastructure - Vehicle Testing Services Update.
The Investigation Report into Vehicle Lift faults within DVA MOT Test Centres.
This guidance supports the latest statistics presented in the DfI Driver, Vehicle, Operator, and Enforcement Statistics publication. It includes data sources, descriptions and supplementary background information, which should be considered
The publication contains summary statistical, performance, and trend information relating to the main functions of the DfI's Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) and other vehicle licensing activity.
Guidance on how the law should be interpreted in relation to the requirements for transport managers to be professionally competent.
Guidance providing information and advice for operators licensed in one EU member state and wishing to undertake cabotage in another.
Guidance in relation to the requirements of good repute and fitness for bus service operators.
This report presents information from the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey (CHS) in relation to the attitudes, awareness and behaviours of respondents to specific road safety issues.
Details about planned minor works of repair/refurbishment to ancillary structures and installations at watercourses shown by Area office.
The TSNI collects information on how and why people travel within Northern Ireland. Three years of data need to be combined to ensure the analysis carried out is robust. The in-depth report is produced annually and contains detailed re
The background quality report contains information on how the various European Statistical System Dimensions of Quality have been considered when producing DfI modules that have been included in the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey.
This booklet is intended as a guide for owners and occupiers of residential property that is affected by compulsory acquisition schemes.
This booklet is intended as a guide for owners and occupiers of agricultural property that is affected by compulsory acquisition schemes.
Customer guides have been designed by the Driver & Vehicle Agency (DVA) to help customer use the online taxi and bus services.
The following documents provide guidance for landowners, residential property owners, agricultural property owners and business property owners who are impacted by road schemes.
The Minister says she has "an ambitious vision for a low carbon future where we make low emission public transport accessible to people and communities across Northern Ireland."
Updated M1 and M2 Busways Location map including new scheme 2020
Updating the procedure for determining the priority in which sub-standard bridges are to be strengthened so that they meet the current requirements for moving modern traffic loads around the road network and set out procedures specific to DfI Roads for the management of low ri
The report presents data from the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey (CHS) in relation to travel to school by children in Northern Ireland.