Event Organiser: ICE

This House believes there are not enough bus lanes, Belfast


  • Lecture
  • Belfast
  • 01 April 2019
  • 18:15 - 20:00
Join this debate from ICE & the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation

About this event

What is the best way for our people to move around our cities?

This debate will get to the heart of the issue, providing an opportunity to discuss the benefits and disbenefits between private and public mobility, prioritisation of public transport, taxis and cyclists, road safety, autonomous vehicles, air pollution and improved journey predictability.

This debate will have it all! Come along to hear from experts, put your questions and comments forward and have your say by voting for or against the motion.

This event will be hosted the BBC's Mark Simpson.


Emer Murnaghan OBE

Head of Sustainable Business, GRAHAM

Robin Totten

BRT Glider Senior Programme Manager & Head of Business Change, Translink

Karen McShane

Independent Transport Planner and Chartered Civil Engineer, K McShane Ltd

Kaine Lynch

Head of Geotechnical and Civil Engineering Branch in the Department of Finance’s, Construction & Procurement Delivery

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Georgia Hamilton

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