Black ice warning issued

The PSNI is urging motorists to take extra care after there were various reports of black ice across Northern Ireland on Wednesday morning.

VIDEO: Motorist ignores red light and narrowly avoids head on collision with van

People in Northern Ireland have reacted angrily to a video that shows a motorist ignoring a red light and narrowly avoiding a head on collision with a van.
How many parking fines were issued where you live?

IN FULL: Parking fines issued in Northern Ireland

The Department for Infrastructure has published statistics on the total number of Penalty Charge Notices (parking fines) issued in Northern Ireland from January to September 2017.

Translinks new Safety Bus can visit approximately 350 schools, or up to 25 thousand students, across Northern Ireland each academic year. Pictured at Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School in Belfast are Year 8 student Sarah McWilliams; Kevin Wallace, Safety Bus; Year 8 pupil Hannah Wilson; Sean McGreevy, Metro Falls Service Delivery Manager; Erin Watson, Year 8 student ; Susan ONeill, Safety Bus; and Year 8 students Oscar Feron and Kate McWilliams

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Translink has unveiled a new Safety Bus to continue the important safety education programme which has been running in schools in Northern Ireland for over 15 years.


Crash at Moneynick Road - expect delays

There has been a two vehicle RTC on the Moneynick Road in Toome and the road is blocked as result of this.

Single vehicle crash: road closed

Single vehicle crash: road closed

A stretch of road in County Tyrone has been closed following a single vehicle road traffic collision this morning.

A traffic warden

Parking tickets issued per TOWN revealed

The number of parking tickets (penalty charge notices) issued in towns around Northern Ireland between January and June has been revealed.
A car going under the train barrier

WATCH: Translink appeals for safety first on the Railways this summer

Translink NI Railways is appealing to parents to help reinforce the message that railways are not safe places to play or congregate.
Pictured announcing the Translink transport plans are l-r Laura McCaw, Juvenile Captain Portstewart GC, Translink's Sam Todd; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens BC,  Joan Baird OBE; Darrell O'Hora European Tour; Aine Kearney TNI; Ian Magee Chief Inspector of Causeway Coast & Glens, and Josh Moffitt from Portstewart GC. Picture by Brian Morrison

Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Special transport arrangements will be in place for golf fans heading to the 2017 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation at Portstewart Golf Club (July 4–9)

This pothole on the Kilcronagh Road would have been fixed within a week had it been on a busier road

Driver’s compensation denied for Cookstown pothole that cost him hundreds

A Cookstown worker who says he suffered pothole damage to his car costing hundreds has hit out the Stormont department that turned down his case for compensation.

Judith Duncan and Sam Geary get onboard with their furry friends. Pic: Aaron McCracken/Harrisons

Translink launch deal for Mid Ulster Balmoral visitors

Translink and RUAS are encouraging Mid Ulster residents to visit the Balmoral Show, from May 10-13, with the launch of special coach and rail passes.

A5 route map

Public views sought on proposed A5

The Department for Infrastructure is seeking the public’s views on new draft reports on the A5 Western Transport Corridor dual carriageway project.

Lough Beg swans are at the heart of the A6 battle

Environmentalist seeking injunction to stop A6 works

An environmentalist is to seek an injunction as he considers appealing his failed legal bid to stop a planned new £160m dual carriageway going through landscape made famous by poet Seamus Heaney.

Environmentalist Chris Murphy when he won the first stage in his legal action over the new A6 dual carriageway being built near Seamus Heaney's old home.
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A6 decision ‘good news for commuters’

The Department for Infrastructure has said Tuesday’s court decision allowing the Toome to Castledawson dual carriageway to go ahead will boost the construction industry.

The A6 upgrade

A6 dual carriageway to go ahead

A legal challenge to the Castledawson to Toome section of the A6 Dualling Scheme has been dismissed.
Kiltclogher Road has been resurfaced in parts

Resurfacing of Kiltyclogher Road welcomed locally

Resurfacing works that have improved a section of the Kiltclogher Road have been welcomed locally.

Reginald Diamond (Picture supplied by family)

Man killed in Coleraine accident named

Police have confirmed that the man injured following a single vehicle road traffic collision on the Curragh Road in Coleraine yesterday morning has died from his injuries.

Cllr Gavin Bell

Improvements to ‘substandard’ Mid Ulster B-road welcomed

Roads Service improvements to the road between Ballymaguigan and Ballyronan have been welcomed.

Pensioner injured in three-vehicle RTC remains in critical condition

Pensioner injured in three-vehicle RTC remains in critical condition

Police investigating a serious road traffic collision on the Pomeroy Road on Friday afternoon (March 3) have appealed for witnesses to come forward.


Flooding causes havoc for Magherafelt motorists

Motorists have been caught out by flooded roads in the Magherafelt area.

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