Despite the challenges and hurdles, 2021 was a year of progress.
News & events
Some Metro timetables will operate to a Saturday schedule from Monday 6 December to provide customers with more certainty during the driver shortage.
Innovation has paid off in Timaru as the city’s new on-demand public transport service goes from strength to strength.
The popular Orbiter bus route has seven new electric vehicles joining its ranks, as Christchurch’s fleet of electric and ultra-low emission vehicles grows.
Public transport drivers and ferry crew working for Ritchies Transport, Black Cat Cruises and Go Bus Transport will now earn the 2021 Living Wage.
We're pleased to announce that all Christchurch-based Ritchies drivers will now earn the 1 September 2021 Living Wage as a base rate.
The planned stop work meeting on Monday 18 October has now been withdrawn and Metro services will be operating as normal.
The Council voted to take to the community a number of potential game-changing options to stimulate the Greater Christchurch public transport system.
The service is a partnership between Environment Canterbury, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Christchurch City Council and Waimakariri District Council.
On Monday 26 July, 20 customers travelled into Lincoln on the updated Southbridge timetable.
MyWay by Metro wins the Innovation and Technology category at the South Canterbury Business Excellence Awards.
Timaru’s MyWay by Metro on-demand public transport has been adopted into Environment Canterbury’s Long-Term Plan, following a successful year-long service trial