As a follow on from previous meetings in relation signage requirements for competitive events generally, representatives from Cycling Ulster, Cycling Ireland, PSNI, Ballymena RC, Team Madigan, Banbridge CC and Super Six TT series promoters held a meeting to discuss the signage requirements for competitive events on dual carriageways at Stormont yesterday that was facilitated by Philip McGuigan MLA.
Speaking after the meeting, Cycling Ulster Chairman, Tommy McCague said:
“Cycling Ulster are continuing to engage with clubs and the PSNI on signage requirements to enhance the safety of our competitive events that take place on dual carriageways.
“I want to thank all those for attending the meeting, Paul Murdoch from Ballymena RC for initiating this meeting, Philip McGuigan MLA for facilitating it, Rosemary Leech from the PSNI, Garry Nugent from Cycling Ireland and the Cycling Ulster Technical Officer, Aaron Wallace for their continued work in this process.
“Further guidelines on signage requirements for competitive events on dual carriageways will be available in the coming days.”