Transport Advances Likely Pushed Back By Christchurch Council Results

Results to date from the Christchurch City Council elections suggest the future development of public transport and cycleways could be pushed back with an overall swing to the right apparent locally and nationally and the election of anti-PT/cycling candidates to the mayoralty and some wards (or removal of pro PT/cycling councillors). Phil Mauger is confirmed… Continue reading Transport Advances Likely Pushed Back By Christchurch Council Results

Rangiora / Kaiapoi Express Bus Numbers Well Short Of Viable For Trains

Between 2016 and 2020, the New Zealand government built an extension of the Christchurch Northern Motorway as a part of its Roads of National Significance programme, at a cost of $240 million. This created a more direct and faster transport route between QEII Drive in Christchurch and the Chaneys Interchange just to the north of… Continue reading Rangiora / Kaiapoi Express Bus Numbers Well Short Of Viable For Trains

Collaboration, Cooperation and Coadvocacy

CTB is a blog that covers a wide range of transport interests. For example, CTB supports public transport, including bus and rail services. In any space, it is obviously in everybody‚Äôs interests to collaborate, cooperate or coadvocate as much as possible to achieve an outcome. For example, CTB supports cycleways, so that means joining existing… Continue reading Collaboration, Cooperation and Coadvocacy

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