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Environment Canterbury is offering another week of free travel on its new direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch.
Christchurch sign language interpreter and mother-of-two Amy Hewgill loves taking her kids places by bike.
People trying to avoid traffic by driving in a bus lane are jeopardizing efforts to improve the reliability of public transport in Christchurch and putting themselves at risk of a $150 fine.
A close eye will be kept on traffic volumes in the St Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau areas following the opening of the $290 million Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC).
Christchurch City Council has signalled that it will provide an extra $60 million of funding for public transport over the next 10 years as part of its commitment to improving bus services.
A cycle connection between Linwood Avenue and the Ferrymead Bridge will follow a new route after a decision from the Urban Development and Transport Committee today.
Vehicles will be able to travel on Christchurch’s newest motorway from Monday 30 November.
Christchurch’s growing network of major cycle routes is encouraging more people to make trips by bike, new survey findings show.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is asking people for ideas on how to make Halswell Road (State Highway 75), south-west of Christchurch, better for bus users.
Christchurch bus company Red Bus has sold its urban transport business to Ritchies Transport for an undisclosed sum.
Elizabeth Street in Riccarton will undergo major changes in the coming months as work progresses on the city end of the new South Express cycleway.
New Zealand’s first passenger battery electric aircraft will take flight from Christchurch today.
Environment Canterbury is increasing the frequency of buses on the popular Avonhead to Sumner route.
Work to improve bus journey times along busy Main North Road is drawing to a close.
New cycle lanes planned for Waimairi Road will help improve road safety as the number of cyclists using the Uni-Cycle route in the city’s west climbs.
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