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An Accessible City

To see information on the goals, consultation and the projects click here. Alternatively to review information on the individual projects click on any of links in the list of projects below.

Hospital Corner (Stage 1)(external link) (Completed)
Hagley / Moorhouse Corner(external link) (Completed)
Colombo St(external link) (Completed)
Lichfield Street(external link) (Completed)
Tuam Street(external link) (Completed)
Manchester Street(external link) (Underway)
Cambridge Terrace / Durham Street(external link) (Underway)
Hospital Corner (Stage 2)(external link) (Not yet started)

NZ Transport Agency - Christchurch State Highways

You can view a map of state highway projects here(external link). Alternatively to review information on the individual projects click on any of links in the list of projects below.

Christchurch Northern Arterial(external link)
Christchurch Western Corridor(external link) (Russley Rd, Western Belfast Bypass)
Christchurch Southern Corridor(external link)
Dyers Rd (SH74) double laning(external link)
Woodend Corridor Improvements(external link)

Major cycleway routes project

To view information on the major cycleway projects click here(external link)

Christchurch Transport Strategic Plan

The Christchurch Transport Strategic Plan 2012-2042 is a 30 year vision for transport within the city, adopted by the Council in late 2012.

You can view more information on the Christchurch Transport Strategic Plan by clicking here(external link).

Christchurch Central Parking Plan

Providing parking for shoppers, residents and visitors is a key part to the redevelopment of Christchurch following the 2011 earthquake. The Christchurch Central Parking Plan, found here(external link), documents the central city's parking and forecasts its likely future.

Environment Canterbury (ECan) - Public transport

Environment Canterbury is responsible for planning and managing public transport services across the region. This includes bus and ferry services in Greater Christchurch, bus services in Timaru, Total Mobility services for registered users with mobility impairments, and Community Vehicle Trusts in areas that are not serviced by the public bus system.

You can check out the latest news and developments on their website here(external link).

Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan

The Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan (RPTP) sets out the policy framework for the planning and operation of public transport in Canterbury, particularly the contracted urban services in Greater Christchurch and Timaru. It includes policies on fares, funding, procurement, vehicle quality, service standards, infrastructure and monitoring.

You can view more information on the Canterbury Regional Public Transport Plan by clicking here(external link).