Analysing the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 [3A]: Infrastructure and Services

To have a successful public transport network you need to have suitable supporting infrastructure and services. The RPTP has identified some of the infrastructure/service needs, including the following: Issue Comment Bus priority through real time tracking ; High occupancy vehicle infrastructure ; Network management ; Rapid transit land corridors ; Review of community board delegations… Continue reading Analysing the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 [3A]: Infrastructure and Services

Analysing the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 [1C]: Network – Current – Coverage 1

Once we have some idea of what a PT network should look like, the question is what suburbs it covers. So the thing to look for is the current MetroInfo network map, with all the routes on it. I can’t really copy that for offline use for the purposes of this post, which is why… Continue reading Analysing the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 [1C]: Network – Current – Coverage 1

Analysing the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 [2B]: Submissions – Carryover

In [2A] I posted my previous submission from 2012 when I highlighted a number of key issues in respect of the bus network at the time. What I am going to expand upon in this post is which of these issues are still important and why. This would be part of the basis for a… Continue reading Analysing the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-2028 [2B]: Submissions – Carryover