Over the next 10 years, Canterbury councils and Waka Kotahi are proposing to almost double the investment in the region's land transport systems.
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Cash is set to be removed as a payment option on buses and ferries in 2024.
Chair Peter Scott gives an update on the plan for transporting cruise ship passengers into Christchurch city this summer.
Environment Canterbury announces its plan to purchase 12 new electric buses, thanks to funding from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.
Two new bus routes, Airport to Lyttelton and Northwood to Huntsbury, begin operating in early September.
We are future-proofing Greater Christchurch by creating a Spatial Plan, which you can give your feedback on by 23 July.
We are pleased to support the Government's extension of half-price bus fares until 31 March 2023.
Environment Canterbury welcomes the announcement of an upcoming sector agreement for bus drivers to address the bus driver shortage.
Leaders from across the South Island are striving to make freight movement greener, and more efficient.
Half-price fares for Metro’s bus and ferry services in Greater Christchurch and Timaru have come into effect for three months from 1 April 2022.
Timaru will continue to enjoy the flexibility and accessibility of on-demand public transport until at least mid-2024, with funding from Waka Kotahi.
On Monday 26 July, 20 customers travelled into Lincoln on the updated Southbridge timetable.