This article first appeared at TraNZport and is republished with permission. The other day the “Mike Hosking of the South”, Mike Yardley, wrote an opinion piece that outright advocated for a four-lane, 60km expressway or motorway between the soon to be completed Christchurch Southern Motorway from Rolleston, 60km to Ashburton. The title of the piece … Continue reading What Would $1b Buy in Canterbury?
Month: July 2019
Car parking policy – cheap isn’t good
This article first appeared at TraNZport and is republished with permission. If you want to see heads explode, start talking about car parking. Better yet, tell someone that car park fees should be increased. Watch their face go red before exploding in rage. It’s understandable. Well, sort of. Most people in New Zealand still get … Continue reading Car parking policy – cheap isn’t good
Passenger Rail and Housing Workshop 5 Results
Last Monday 8th July saw the 5th (and final) CHAT Club workshop focusing on implementing rail or other rapid transit in Greater Christchurch. This series of public workshops has, since February, been slowly working through the various issues and questions of how to get mass passenger transport happening here. If you missed the previous workshops, … Continue reading Passenger Rail and Housing Workshop 5 Results
Canterbury passenger rail workshop 5
Please be invited to our next (and final) workshop. In workshop 4, attendees rated the six rapid transit options presented. We've analysed your assessments and the clear preference was for using the heavy rail lines to the north and west. We went through a multi-criteria analysis, ranking each of the six option by the objectives … Continue reading Canterbury passenger rail workshop 5