Canterbury passenger rail and housing workshop 4

Please be invited to the fourth public workshop on passenger rail and housing for Canterbury, to be held on Monday, 27 May 2019, 6.00 to 7.30pm at Tūranga (central library) in the Auaha Hīhī / Spark Space meeting room on the ground floor. We will return to the ideas and maps we drew up in … Continue reading Canterbury passenger rail and housing workshop 4

Victoria Street Improvements

Christchurch City Council is consulting on improvements to Victoria Street. Cycling Christchurch wrote an article about it here. The author openly says that the whole situation is a little confusing. Michael Hayward wrote an article on Stuff - the comments suggest most readers there are confused about what's being proposed. I have to admit I'm … Continue reading Victoria Street Improvements

Council Climate Change Survey

Christchurch City Council is undertaking a survey of resident's views on climate change, which will inform its new Climate Change Strategy currently being prepared. Council Head of Strategic Policy Emma Davis says: “Climate change has major implications for the health and well-being of current and future residents and for the planning and nature of urban … Continue reading Council Climate Change Survey

Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop #3 – Rundown

On Monday night we had Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop #3. It really was just a workshop for the hardcore - it unfortunately coincided with extreme weather conditions, so kudos to the 25 or so hardy souls still willing/able to come out. We began with Glen presenting us an Avengers:Endgame inspired roadmap showing what material we … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop #3 – Rundown

Stat-attack on Christchurch Public Transport

I was recently having a look through some of the public transport statistics on the Ministry of Transport website. I found some of them fascinating and help clarify what we're looking at in Christchurch, so thought I'd share some of the more interesting stats. A lot of them are based on the household travel surveys … Continue reading Stat-attack on Christchurch Public Transport

Canterbury passenger rail & housing: Workshop 3

A reminder that our third workshop on Canterbury passenger rail and housing is on Monday night - keep your diaries free!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 … Continue reading Canterbury passenger rail & housing: Workshop 3

Public Transport Patronage

I always enjoy seeing Greater Auckland publish monthly patronage data up there. I've shamelessly copied their format ("Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness" and all that), and present to you the monthly public transport patronage data for Greater Christchurch. I'm keen to do this regularly, but it probably … Continue reading Public Transport Patronage