The Metro network provides bus transport from most suburbs to the city, all shopping centres and a range of attractions around Christchurch.
Bike around Christchurch to reduce congestion, save money, and keep fit and healthy.
Motorcycles, scooters and mopeds are great fun and a cheap form of transport - find out about training to lessen your risk and help you enjoy your ride.
Walking is the ultimate mode of transport. It’s free, there are no parking worries, and it helps keep you fit.
Find out about driving in Christchurch, including carpooling, parking and videos for drivers.
There are no suburban commuter passenger train services in Christchurch, but there are two scenic routes available from the city.
Black Cat run a ferry service between Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour, which is used by both commuters and visitors to the region.
The Christchurch Tram is a major city attraction that holds an important place in the garden city's culture. It is a unique yet effective way to travel round the Christchurch CBD.
All overweight vehicles using Christchurch City Council roads must have permit approval.