Traffic Information Service
Traffic Collision - M1 - Cleared
In Belfast, a traffic collision on the M1 citybound at J1 Broadway has been cleared and traffic has returned to normal.
Broken Down Car - A55 Belvoir Rd - Cleared
In South East Belfast, a broken down car on the A55 Belvoir Road approaching the junction with A55 Milltown Road has been removed. Traffic normal.
Other Traffic News
Elsewhere, there are no reports of unusual delays.
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Emergency Road Closure - Ravenhill Rd, Belfast
In Belfast, a closure on Ravenhill Road, between Rosetta Roundabout and Ormeau Embankment, remains in place for emergency work to repair a large void discovered under the carriageway close to Park Rd. Diversion in place via Ormeau Road (city bound) and the Ormeau Embankment (country bound).
Upper Newtownards Road - Widening Scheme
In East Belfast, widening of the Upper Newtownards Road in connection with The Belfast Rapid Transit scheme is taking place between the Sandown Road and Knock Road and will continue until the autumn. Lane closures will be in place between the peak periods. Road users should allow extra time for their journey as delays are expected.
Band Parades - Dungiven
In County Londonderry, band parades are scheduled to take place in Dungiven on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd August. The route includes the A6 Main Street (part of the Belfast to Londonderry road).
On Saturday evening, bands are expected to parade from about 7pm to 9.30pm through the centre of the town.
Sunday’s event is scheduled to take place between 12.30pm and 3.30pm.
Police are advising motorists to allow extra time or seek alternative routes during these periods
Belfast Pride Parade
The Belfast Pride Festival parade will take place in the city centre on Saturday 3rd August between 12 noon and 1:30pm with an estimated 15000 participants. Starting and finishing at Custom House Square, the route includes High Street, Bridge Street, Donegall Street, Royal Avenue, Donegall Place, Donegall Square East, Howard Street, Upper Queen Street, Queen Street, Castle Street and High Street.
Police will seek to keep traffic moving where possible; however, motorists are being advised that delays should be expected.