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Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon has brought forward legislation to increase penalty points and fines for those using a hand-held mobile phone while driving comes into effect on 3 February 2021 for all motorists in Northern Ireland.
The Written Ministerial Statement, Post Public Inquiry Departmental Statement and the Public Inquiry Inspector's Report on the proposed A1 Junctions Phase 2 Road Improvement Scheme are included below.
The TSNI collects information on how and why people travel within Northern Ireland.
Following the easing of restrictions in Northern Ireland during the recovery phase of coronavirus (“COVID-19”), the Department for Infrastructure developed safer travel guidance for public transport operators and passengers.
This report deals with works completed across the Council area during 2019-2020 and sets out our initial proposals for schemes to be undertaken in 2020-2021.
Copy of the advert published advising that the Department has approved planning permission for the following planning application.
The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has made a Statutory Rule entitled “The Alexandra Square, Lurgan (Abandonment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021”, (S.R. 2021 No. 11), which comes into operation on 24 February 2021.
The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has made a Statutory Rule entitled “The Prohibition of Waiting (Schools) Order (Northern Ireland) 2021”, (S.R. 2021 No. 12), which comes into operation on 15 February 2021.
This publication provides provisional headline statistics on the vehicle, driver, and theory tests conducted by the DfI's Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA). It is published monthly.
Planning applications recommended for refusal by planning officer and approved by planning committee, by council, April 2018 to March 2019
Planning applications recommended for refusal by planning officer and approved by planning committee, by council, April 2018 to March 2019.
DfI Weekly Business Review (WBR) meeting agendas and action points - December 2020.
Driver Vehicle Agency's key priorities and main challenges for the year ended 31 March 2021.
This Statutory Rule is being made to address the deficiencies in Regulation (EU) 2017/352 ("the Port Services Regulation") arising from the United Kingdom's (UK) exit from the European Union.
In response to the exceptional pressures on the feed supply sector due to the continued consequences of Covid-19, the Department for Infrastructure has introduced a temporary relaxation of the enforcement of the retained EU drivers’ hours rules for the transport of feed
DfI Weekly Business Review (WBR) meeting agendas and action points for November 2020.
The Department conducted an end of year monitoring exercise to report on progress against our Business Plan actions for 2019-20. This document records the position as at 31 March 2020.
Details of applications made for a Goods Vehicle Operator’s Licence, including variations, revocations, surrenders and public inquiries in the year 2021.
DFI/2020-0341: Environmental Information Regulations 2004 request for information relating to Penalty Charge Notices issued in Northern Ireland in 2019 and DfI Roads car parks, including: 1) the total number of PCNs issued; 2) the actual PCN income received; and 3) the nu
DFI/2020-0342: Environmental Information Regulations 2004 request for details of Belfast City bus lane enforcement, 2015-2020, including: 1) the number bus lanes as of June of each year; 2) the number of PCNs issued, & revenue raised, for each bus lane; and 3) the num
DFI/2020-0343: Environmental Information Regulations 2004 request for information relating to the collapse of a retaining wall on the Glen Road, Comber, including: 1) the exact reason; 2) DfI Engineers' thoughts on imposed loads; 3) any approach to an adjacent propert