On Sunday 3rd June, Belfast city will host an event aimed at demonstrating the road space used by 90 cars and then the comparative spaces required for buses, cyclists and new Glider Rapid Transit System. Participants are being wanted to take part in the event, please see below for more information.
On Sunday 3rd June you will have the opportunity to take part in the making of a one-off film, telling an important story about how transport choices impact the health, wellbeing and overall prosperity of everyone in our cities and region.
‘Road Share’, a production on smart transport for smart cities, will be made using Drone technology, ahead of Northern Ireland’s third Bus + Train Week and the start of the Northern Ireland Year of Infrastructure – ‘Mobility’ Month, and we would love you to take part.
This short film will depict the importance of transit space on our roads and for the purposes of filming, we will temporarily be closing one of the most congested, instantly recognisable streets in Northern Ireland, Oxford Street, Belfast (from May Street to Queens Bridge).
Please note that there are only a limited number of spaces available and we expect a high level of interest. Please note the following before registering your details:
- Participants must be aged 18 years or over, have access to a car, hold a valid driving licence and appropriate insurance cover.
- Participants must arrive by 7.00am on Sunday 3rd June.
- Booking will be operated on a first come, first served basis and demand is expected to be high.
- Filming is expected to last approximately two – three hours, with catering available on-site providing refreshments and breakfast for participants.
Closing date for volunteer registration is Friday 25th May at 4pm.