08/08/2018

Bus Lanes For Belfast Rapid Transit Glider To Go Live

Bus lanes for the Belfast Rapid Transit Glider are to go live in Belfast city centre and the harbour estate next week.

With the start of the new service less than one month away the new bus lanes on will operate in Belfast Harbour Estate and on Sydenham Road, Queens Quay, Queens Bridge, Queen Elizabeth Bridge and Oxford Street and are being introduced on Monday 13 August.
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The bus lanes will operate from 7am to 7pm, Monday to Saturday.

A two week, one strike warning period will be in place until Monday 27 August.

(CD/MH)

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