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In the week in which Belfast gets a new bus lane from the east and yet another deluge of summer rain from the south west, a suggestion as to how we might get traffic here really flowing

In the week in which Belfast gets a new bus lane from the east and yet another deluge of summer rain from the south west, a suggestion as to how we might get traffic here really flowing

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In the week in which Belfast gets a new bus lane from the east and yet another deluge of summer rain from the south west, a suggestion as to how we might get traffic here really flowing

In the week in which Belfast gets a new bus lane from the east and yet another deluge of summer rain from the south west, a suggestion as to how we might get traffic here really flowing.

In recent days many of the major routes into town have been flanked by great patches of lying water (or standing water, as the traffic people like to call it). We should think of introducing boat lanes. As well as Belfast bikes, Belfast boats. Paddle your own canoe to work. Sail past the rest of the traffic. And we wouldn't have to splash out for the street canals.

In the week in which Belfast gets a new bus lane from the east and yet another deluge of summer rain from the south west, a suggestion as to how we might get traffic here really flowing.

In recent days many of the major routes into town have been flanked by great patches of lying water (or standing water, as the traffic people like to call it). We should think of introducing boat lanes. As well as Belfast bikes, Belfast boats. Paddle your own canoe to work. Sail past the rest of the traffic. And we wouldn't have to splash out for the street canals.

In the week in which Belfast gets a new bus lane from the east and yet another deluge of summer rain from the south west, a suggestion as to how we might get traffic here really flowing.

In recent days many of the major routes into town have been flanked by great patches of lying water (or standing water, as the traffic people like to call it). We should think of introducing boat lanes. As well as Belfast bikes, Belfast boats.

Paddle your own canoe to work. Sail past the rest of the traffic. And we wouldn't have to splash out for the street canals.

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