Results from Workshop 1 on Passenger Rail in Canterbury

It's been a while coming, but we've finally found enough time to go through all the maps, scribbles, and notesheets from our first workshop on Canterbury Passenger Rail on Monday, 25 February 2019 (some initial results were published here). Around 60 people attended, and worked through a series of questions in 11 small groups. As … Continue reading Results from Workshop 1 on Passenger Rail in Canterbury

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

Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop

On Monday night the CHAT club held a workshop to discuss passenger rail in Canterbury. Thanks to everyone who came - there was a good turnout with representation from general public, city and regional councils, university, various government agencies, consultants and community groups. We started off with 3 short presentations: Brief history of passenger rail … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop

Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop

Just a reminder that the CHAT Club (Canterbury Housing and Transport)are holding a workshop tomorrow (Monday 25th February 2019) 6:00-7:30pm at Tūranga (central library), in the TSB space (level 1). The purpose is to discuss passenger rail for Canterbury, and how that relates to future housing. The CHAT Cub is a mix of transport and … Continue reading Canterbury Passenger Rail Workshop

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