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Question Results

Tuesday 06 October 2020


 
Note: [R] indicates a registered declaration of interest
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1 AQO 818/17-22 Mr Philip McGuigan
(SF - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on progress made on the decarbonisation of public transport.

View Official Report for AQO 818/17-22
Answered
2 AQO 819/17-22 Mr Gerry Kelly
(SF - North Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on the feasibility study for a high-speed Belfast to Dublin rail line.

View Official Report for AQO 819/17-22
Answered
3 AQO 820/17-22 Mr Maurice Bradley
(DUP - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure what discussions she has had with the PSNI in relation to car cruises in Portrush and Portstewart.

View Official Report for AQO 820/17-22
Answered
4 AQO 821/17-22 Mr Gary Middleton
(DUP - Foyle)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on the progress of the A2 Buncrana Road scheme.

View Official Report for AQO 821/17-22
Answered
5 AQO 822/17-22 Mr Andrew Muir [R]
(APNI - North Down)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure what financial support will be required by Translink during the remainder of 2020-21 if current service provision is retained and passenger numbers remain supressed.

View Official Report for AQO 822/17-22
Answered
6 AQO 823/17-22 Mr Robin Newton
(DUP - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure why £2.8 million has been invested in starting six new greenway projects before the partially-developed Comber Greenway project is completed.

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Answered
7 AQO 824/17-22 Mr Justin McNulty
(SDLP - Newry and Armagh)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on her plans for an all-island rail network.

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Answered
8 AQO 825/17-22 Mr Jim Allister
(TUV - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to outline how Irish Sea border infrastructure at Northern Ireland’s ports is being built at the behest of the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs without obtaining regular planning permission.

Answered
9 AQO 826/17-22 Mr Alex Easton
(DUP - North Down)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure how she will address the reserve list for road resurfacing in North Down.

Answered
10 AQO 827/17-22 Ms Claire Sugden
(IND - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure what plans she has to repair and maintain cycle lanes.

Answered
11 AQO 828/17-22 Ms Sinead McLaughlin
(SDLP - Foyle)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on discussions with her counterpart in Dublin on all-island infrastructure projects.

Answered
12 AQO 829/17-22 Mr John Blair
(APNI - South Antrim)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure what assessment her Department has made of the viability of implementing a scheme similar to the Big Bike Revival in England.

Answered
13 AQO 830/17-22 Mr Patsy McGlone
(SDLP - Mid Ulster)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on the Ministerial Advisory Panel.

Answered
14 AQO 831/17-22 Ms Órlaithí Flynn
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on her Department's plans to install suicide prevention barriers on bridges and other areas of the transport network.

Answered
15 AQO 832/17-22 Mr Keith Buchanan
(DUP - Mid Ulster)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to outline her Department’s efforts to prevent and mitigate against the threat of flooding along the Moyola River in Mid Ulster.

Answered

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