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Graffiti across Christchurch will be “mapped and tracked” using innovative technology to help identify offenders and cut costs to ratepayers.
Several hundred suburban facilities have been repaired and rebuilt across the city, including heritage buildings, libraries and community centres, at a cost of more than $150 million in the decade since the devastating Canterbury earthquakes.
Work is under way on the first section of Te Ara O-Rakipaoa Nor’West Arc cycleway between Cashmere Road and Annex Road while work on a further section along Hansons Lane, Suva Street and Ballantyne Avenue will start next week.
The bulk of the transport projects under way in St Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau should be completed by mid-October.
Roading work in Victoria St – between Kilmore and Salisbury streets – has been completed and two-way traffic restored.