Public transport in Canterbury not well served by political parochialism in Christchurch

In my last post I wrote about the NZTA cycling and walking survey and concerns that it showed a much lower level of engagement with bus services in Canterbury than either of Auckland or Wellington. There are a myriad of possible reasons why public transport uptake is lower in Canterbury and I will attempt to… Continue reading Public transport in Canterbury not well served by political parochialism in Christchurch

NZTA Survey – Understanding attitudes and perceptions of Cycling & Walking

NZTA recently published a survey with the intention of validating their recent policy focus on investing and promoting cycling and walking as transport modes of choice. In 2014 the government created the Urban Cycleways Fund, followed by the Urban Cycleways Program. The information about the survey is available at Urban New Zealanders’ Attitudes and Perceptions… Continue reading NZTA Survey – Understanding attitudes and perceptions of Cycling & Walking