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In brief: Issue 509 12 Dec 2008

Ministers discuss Belfast traffic

Cross-departmental talks are taking place in the Northern Ireland Executive about the future of traffic management in Belfast city centre following a series of road accidents involving pedestrians. Roads minister Conor Murphy has already discussed matters with Belfast’s mayor Tom Hartley after a girl was fatally injured last month by a bus at the intersection of Royal Avenue and Castle Place. According to the Belfast Telegraph she was one of three pedestrians to have been hit by buses...

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