Traffic Information Service

16/07/2018 16:33:22

Belfast Road, Newtownards Closed

Police advise that Belfast Road, Newtownards is closed in both directions at the junction of Ballybarnes Road due to a collision. Motorists are asked to avoid the area if possible.

16/07/2018 18:14:23

General Traffic News

Elsewhere, we have no reports of any unusual delays.

16/07/2018 11:58:09

ULSTER HOSPITAL MAIN ENTRANCE CLOSED 25-27 JULY 2018

Please note that the junction at the main entrance to the Ulster Hospital adjacent to East Link Road will be closed between the hours of 7.30 pm and 6.00 am from Wednesday 25th July 2018 to Friday 27 July 2018 to facilitate resurfacing of the road as part of the infrastructure improvement work which has been ongoing for a number of weeks on the main Upper Newtownards Road.

Traffic diversions will be in place from the junction at the Upper Newtownards Road and Comber Road diverting traffic coming from Belfast onto the Comber Road A22 and onto the Grahamsbridge Road/Church Road/Robbs Road back on to the Upper Newtownards Road at the Dunlady Road junction. This will operate in reverse for traffic coming from the Newtownards and Bangor areas.  This route will avoid the main entrance to the hospital.  Diversion points at the Comber Road and the Ballyregan Road will be manned by the contractor to provide assistance to the public/staff as required. 

Access and exiting from the Ulster Hospital, Dundonald for all vehicles including the emergency services will be either via the service close to the Comber Road Junction or via Ballyregan Road/Stoney Road through the rear entrance to the hospital. 

Pedestrians should be aware of emergency services accessing these alternative routes and take care especially on the Stoney Road. 

Signage will be provided on the Ulster Hospital site to help guide staff and visitors. 

Please allow extra time for your journey to the hospital.

16/07/2018 06:58:40

Co Antrim - A6 Castledawson By-Pass Project

A6 Moneynick Road from M22 J3 into Randalstown – Full Closure (Both Directions) Sun 1 July to Sun 2 September 2018

Non Motorway Traffic Permitted on M22 Belfast City Bound from M22 J3 to M22 J2 (1 July to 2 Sept 2018 Only)

  • Belfast City Bound Diversion via M22, M22 J2, Randalstown Main Street
  • Toome Bound Diversion via Staffordstown Road, Drumderg Roundabout at Toome
  • Ballynafey Road is Opening Monday 16 July
  • Ranaghan Road is Opening Monday 16 July
  • Gallagh Road is Closing Monday 16 July - Permanent
  • Derrygowan Road (from A6 Junction to Greenan Road Junction) is Closing Monday 16 July – For 8 Months
14/07/2018 14:39:55

Foyle Maritime Festival 14th July-22nd July 2018

Motorists are advised to allow extra time for journeys in and around Queen's Quay, Derry/Londonderry for the duration of the Foyle Maritime Festival (Saturday 14th July - Sunday 22nd July 2018). There will be a lane closure in place on Queen's Quay during the festival. 

14/07/2018 13:47:43

Belfast - A24 Saintfield Rd - Lane Closure Out of Town

Castlereagh - A24 Saintfield Road will have a continuous 24/7 lane closure heading out of town from Beechill Avenue to Cairnshill Road (travelling towards Carryduff) from Monday 16 July until Friday 24 August. 

The lane closure is to facilitate utility work to construct a manhole and duct installation.

03/07/2018 09:49:29

A26 Moira Road near Glenavy – footbridge resurfacing works

A26 Moira Road near Glenavy – footbridge and resurfacing works

  • Ongoing works during July and August.  A temporary 40mph speed limit has been introduced in the vicinity of the works and a temporary crossing point has been provided at the location for the duration the footbridge is removed to help pedestrians cross the road safely.  Motorists should take care of any pedestrians crossing the road at this location.
  • This is a route used for people travelling back and forwards to Belfast International Airport and we would advise those travelling on these dates to allow some extra time if getting a flight or picking somebody up.
03/07/2018 06:27:43

Belfast: Lane Closure on Oxford St until 24th August 2018

Belfast: There are lanes closed on Oxford Street from Ann Street towards May Street. The lanes will be closed continuously for 12 weeks until Friday 24th August 2018. Motorists should allow extra time for journeys.

The lane closures are to facilitate sewer works.

02/07/2018 06:29:24

Strabane Section Area Surface Dressing Summer 2018

Carriageway Surface Dressing operations will take place in the Strabane Section Area on U and C Class routes between Monday 25th June to Tuesday 31st July 2018

Note:

  • Road closures for surface dressing are generally of short duration. The work is weather dependant and may occur on any day within the specified period.
  • Diversionary routes will not be signposted. If further information is required please contact DFI Tel 07387259433
  • Emergency services, school buses and local access will be accommodated at all times.

 

02/07/2018 06:29:25

Fermanagh / Omagh Surface Dressing Summer 2018

Carriageway Surface Dressing operation will take place in Fermanagh and Omagh East Section Area on U and C Class routes between Tuesday 08th May to Wednesday 08th August 2018

  1. Road closures for surface dressing are generally of short duration. The work is weather dependant and may occur on any day within the specified period.
  2. Diversionary routes will not be signposted. If further information is required please contact DFI Tel 07917156701
  3. Emergency services, school buses and local access will be accommodated at all times.
02/07/2018 06:29:27

North Down Ballysallagh Rd Bangor Lane Closure 8 May-16 Aug

North Down - a lane closure is now in place on B170 Ballysallagh Road, Bangor from its junction with the Crawfordsburn Road and junction of the Holywood Road / Whinney Hill - for 14 weeks (16 August 2018). The lane closure is to facilitate the laying of a gas main.

Temporary traffic control will be in place, delays of up to 5 minutes are possible - Motorists are advised to allow extra time for journeys. 

02/07/2018 06:29:27

Belfast - Rapid Transit Scheme

Belfast Rapid Transit (BRT) is an innovative and ambitious project that will create a new and dynamic public transport system for Belfast. BRT will provide fast and reliable services connecting East and West Belfast, Titanic Quarter and key locations of economic and social activity in the city centre and along the BRT corridors.

Current work locations:

  • Upper Newtownards Road (Knock Rd to Dunlady Rd) – Full time Lane closures expected until June 2018
  • BRT Halts – Short length, off-peak lane closures on all BRT routes to accommodate construction of new halts until June 2018

For the latest news please click on the link: BRT

07/07/2017 15:13:04

New on iOS & Android - Belfast Metro Bus Tracker App

Department for Infrastructure and Translink have launched an App for real time bus information at all Metro bus stops called Belfast Bus Tracker.

The App gives immediate access to real time information about bus services across the Metro network in the Greater Belfast area.

Using the built-in GPS features of your smart phone to work out where you are, the App will provide real time, audio and visual public transport information whilst at the bus stop, at home, at work or on the move.

The App is available now to download for free from iOS and Android App Stores

The App features allow you to:

  • Save your favourite stops;
  • Follow your bus on its route to your stop;
  • Find bus stops by address or near your current location; and
  • Check current and future bus schedules.