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Cycling, Pedestrians, Northern Ireland / Ireland

Comber Greenway cycle route, Greater Belfast

The 11.2km Comber Greenway cycle route has been completed. Built on the trackbed of the former Belfast to Comber railway – closed in 1950 – the three-metre-wide route, designated National Cycle Route 99, runs from Dee Street in East Belfast to Comber and included the reinstatement of three bridges and the installation of a fourth cycle/pedestrian bridge.

Client: Sustrans. Design consultant: DRD Roads Service. Contractor: Rodgers Contracts/Ballynahinch and Northstone. Cost:...

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