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These Regulations determine the purposes for which information held by the Department for the purposes of Part II of the Road Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 1981 and made available to the persons specified in article 19I of that Order may be used.
This Order brings into operation Article 36 of the Road Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 2007.
These Regulations amend the Goods Vehicles (Testing) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 to provide for the introduction of a new system of issuing large trailers with individual logging numbers for type approval purposes.
The Report provides independent and expert guidance and recommendations by TRL Ltd on Road Safety Priorities for High Risk Grops. This report fed into the Review of the DOE Road Safety Education Officer Service (RSEOS) and contributed to the Final Report on the Review of
A report providing independent and expert guidance and recommendations by Transport Research Laboratory Ltd on Road Safety Priorities for High Risk Grops.
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 results and trend data.
The European Directive on the Assessment and Management of Flood Risks (2007/60/EC) came into force on 26 November 2007 and was transposed into local legislation by The Water Environment (Floods Directive) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2009.
To provide guidance to officials on issues to be considered when implementing measures to regulate traffic under article 4 of the Road Traffic Regulation (Northern Ireland) Order 1997
Sets out the environmental statement for the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven dualling scheme.
The A5/A2 West Link initial feasibility study of high level options has been carried out to establish the feasibility of building the A5/A2 West Link in terms of route alignment and key environmental constraints.
Sets out Stage 2 Scheme assessment reports prepared for the Londonderry to Dungiven dualling scheme.
Sets out the draft Statutory Order notice for the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven dualling scheme.
Sets out the draft Direction Order published for the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven dualling scheme.
Sets out the draft Stopping-Up Orders published for the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven dualling scheme.
Sets out the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven draft Vesting Order Part 1 Caw roundabout to Maydown roundabout
Sets out the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven draft Vesting Order Part 2 Mobuoy Road to Derrychrier Road.
Sets out the A6 Londonderry to Dungiven draft Vesting Order Part 3 Derrychrier Road to Crebarkey (Dungiven bypass)
Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) may be used to protect trees, groups of trees or woodlands, which add to the character and appearance of an area.
This stage 1 scheme assessment report identifies the environmental, engineering, economic and traffic advantages, disadvantages and constraints associated with broadly defined improvement strategies for the A29 Cookstown Bypass scheme.
Planning application form and environmental statement submitted to PlanningNI in December 2011.