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Bus lanes and breaking the law

Published 10/11/2015

I see that the Department of Regional Development takes a self-righteous approach when defending its Belfast bus lanes.

When turning left in a one-way street, the driver uses the far-left lane and makes the manoeuvre, or filters into the left lane, before turning. But according to the DRD's bus lane in May Street, the driver must drive along lane two and make an (illegal) 90-degree turn across lane one (the bus lane) to turn left.

ALAN KERR

Newtownabbey, Co Antrim

Belfast Telegraph

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