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

Canterbury passenger rail & housing: Workshop 3

Our second workshop was a rather exciting affair. It was great to get some insights from Phil Twyford himself. There were a good few people in the audience who weren't aware of many of the issues that the minister covered. Please be invited to the third public workshop on passenger rail and housing for Canterbury, … Continue reading Canterbury passenger rail & housing: Workshop 3

Now is the time…

Now is the time to do something different with the Christchurch Northern Corridor than originally planned. The project, as initiated by the previous government, is nearly built. It would never have happened under the current government’s transport priorities. Despite the change of government in 2017, Christchurch City Council (CCC) and the Transport Agency are continuing … Continue reading Now is the time…

Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop 2

Despite the horrific events of the last few days, life must carry on. In the long shadow that has been cast over our city, we have a notice that may seem unimportant now, but that we think is still worthwhile pursuing.Please be invited to the second public workshop on passenger rail for Canterbury, to be … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop 2

2019 surveys for cycling

Christchurch City Council and Auckland Transport have been conducting a trial of directional traffic signals for people who cycle – you may have seen the installations and even taken part in the user surveys last year. To conclude the official trial process, the NZ Transport Agency requires another round of investigation.  Regardless of whether you … Continue reading 2019 surveys for cycling

Canterbury passenger rail: workshop

Monday, 25 February 2019, 6.00 to 7.30pm Tūranga (central library) in the Tautoru / TSB Space on level 1 (link to Facebook event) Note - this is a different room than initially advertised - there is a lot of interest in this workshop What's the appetite in Canterbury for this? Light rail vehicle in Karlsruhe … Continue reading Canterbury passenger rail: workshop

Transparency at last

In my last blog, I asked: “how is Canterbury patronage doing?” The background to that question is that Auckland Transport regularly puts their patronage data onto their website, and Greater Wellington used to update their data monthly until mid-2018. With Environment Canterbury (ECan), you’ve got to dive into the reports that go to their Greater … Continue reading Transparency at last