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
Thanks to everyone who came to the 4th Canterbury Rail and Housing Workshop last week. We had some good discussion with 30-odd people debating the pros and cons of 6 different options for mass rapid transit in Christchurch. To kick things off Glen presented on some of the similarities and differences between the three main … Continue reading Canterbury Rail and Housing Workshop 4 Results
Just a reminder that our 4th rail and housing workshop is happening tonight at 6pm at Tūranga . Details here. Hope to see you there!
Just a reminder that in one week (Monday 27th May) we are holding our 4th workshop on Canterbury passenger rail. We are getting close to the end now and will be starting to pull together everything we've talked about so far into some possible options, which we'll then explore together. To get your creative juices … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop 4
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
On Monday we had our second public workshop to discuss Canterbury Passenger rail. Like the first workshop, we had a good turnout of around 50 people, again with good representation from a range of backgrounds: the general public, community groups, engineers, planners, politicians and commissioners.The format was very different though this time. We took a … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop 2
Just a reminder that our second workshop is being held tonight. If you're in town, it would be great to see you there. We'll be discussing what problems we want passenger rail to try to solve, what benefits it would bring, and hearing the views of the Minister of Transport and Housing via Skype. Day: … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop 2