The Total Mobility scheme is available to people in Greater Christchurch, Ashburton, Timaru and Waimate. Eligible individuals are entitled to discounts that give them 50 per cent off transport fares with approved operators — up to a maximum of $35 per trip. Individuals wishing to access the scheme must meet the eligibility criteria set by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and adopted by Environment Canterbury.
- Blue Star Taxis (03) 379 9799
- Christchurch Mobility Transfers (03) 323 4555
- Driving Miss Daisy 0800 948 432
- First Direct (03) 377 5555
- Gold Band Taxis (03) 379 5795
- Freedom Companion Driving Services (03) 352 1599
- Total Care Mobility Ltd (03) 351 1599
- Ashburton Taxis (03) 308 2288
- Timaru Taxis (03) 688 9968
- Geraldine Community Vehicle Trust (03) 693 1007
- Driving Miss Daisy Timaru 0800 948 432
- Waimate Vehicle Trust (03) 689 6226
Half-price fare discount
Total Mobility services are included in the government’s current half-price public transport fare discount and will be applied automatically if using a Total Mobility card.
While the general 50% offer is currently set to end on 30 June, the discount will continue for Total Mobility services on a permanent basis. The 50% discount is on top of existing discounts prior to the 2022 changes.
Environment Canterbury is also planning on introducing discounted travel for Total Mobilty customers when using Metro buses in Greater Christchurch from June 2023. For more information see our half-price fares page on the Metro website.
Christchurch Total Mobility Committee
The Christchurch Total Mobility Committee advises on the planning, funding, and administration of the Total Mobility scheme. Read the committee’s latest minutes and agendas.
Driver reward programme
If you receive Total Mobility discounts in the Greater Christchurch area and your driver provides exceptional service, you can nominate them for a driver reward by contacting the transport operator they work for. Your feedback will be used by the company to help identify drivers providing the best service. The company can then nominate one wheelchair van driver and one car driver from their organisation for a reward administered by the Christchurch Total Mobility Committee.