Published Tuesday, 28 August 2012
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The Department of Regional Development has been improving the public transport network over the summer to give increased priority to bus users, pedestrians and cyclists.
However work on the Belfast on the Move initiative is not quite finished and motorists are being warned about delays, particularly at peak times.
It comes as pupils across Northern Ireland prepare to go back to school after the holidays.
"As we enjoy the last few weeks of summer, road users are reminded that, traditionally, traffic levels increase in the autumn," a statement said.
"Drivers visiting Belfast should be especially aware of the current road improvement works in the city centre. About 60% of traffic currently using the streets at the front and back of City Hall is through traffic with no destination within the city centre.
"Roads Service urges drivers who do not need to travel via the city centre to use alternative routes such as the M3, Westlink and the Outer Ring Road (A55.)"
New bus lanes are operating in Oxford Street and East Bridge Street - with more planned for May Street, Donegall Square South and Howard Street over the next month.
Meanwhile road resurfacing on May Street, Donegall Square South and Howard Street is due to begin on Sunday 2 September, and will last for around two weeks.
The DRD said around 30,000 vehicles per day travel through the city centre on the roads in front and behind the City Hall.
Its statement continued: "Motorists in the city centre should take extra care while they familiarise themselves with the new traffic management arrangements.
"Electronic signing at key points will advise of the works and possible delays."