Transportation systems in the city of belfast northern ireland include road air rail and sea it is still a relatively car dependent city however it is also served by a comprehensive rail and bus network belfast also ran electric trams prior to 1954 the city has two major airports and the port of belfast is the busiest ferry port on the island of ireland. It became the northern terminus of the gnrs non stop dublin belfast express in 1947 and in 1962 having been taken over by the ulster transport authority platform 5 was closed filled in and turned into a bus station providing a truly integrated bus rail station for the first time in belfasts history. The belfast visitor pass per one two three days 650 11 1450 allows unlimited travel on bus and train services in belfast and around and discounts on admission to titanic belfast and other attractions you can buy it online at wwwtranslinkcouk and at airports main train and bus stations . Belfasts two main overland transport hubs are lanyon place formerly central station rail and the europa buscentre bus rail there are no left luggage facilities at any translink property but luggage can be left for a fee at irish tour tickets gt victoria st opposite the europa hotel . A new 208m belfast transport hub has been given the planning go ahead by stormont it has been revealed a new 208m belfast transport hub has been given the planning go ahead by stormont it
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