Transport projects

Each year we spend around $144m on the transport network to make it safer, easier and better for the environment. Currently, there are 177 projects we’re working on and we expect 61 projects to be completed this year.

Dyers Pass Road minor maintenance work

We’ll be widening the road and installing more safety barriers in several high-risk locations

High Street upgrade

We’re creating a more attractive space for people to enjoy and an improved tram journey with a street improvement project on High Street.

LED street lighting

Making our street lights more energy-efficient.

Lincoln Road bus lanes

Bus lanes will be installed to make bus journey times shorter and more reliable.

Major cycle routes

A network of major cycle routes is being built connecting suburbs, shopping areas, businesses and schools.

Real-time bus information

We're introducing new bus locators around the city as part of a wider project to improve the real-time information across the bus network.

Road and footpath resurfacing map

View the Council's major roading and underground services work.

St Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau transport projects

We're planning how we manage additional traffic in the St Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau areas.

Te Ara Ihutai Christchurch Coastal Pathway

This pathway project provides access to the coastline between Ferrymead and Scarborough Beach in Sumner.

Way better roads

We’re making improvements to the transport network in parts of five suburban areas.

Wheels to Wings – Papanui ki Waiwhetū cycleway

Providing a cycle connection from Papanui to the airport via Bishopdale and Harewood.

Rolleston Avenue improvements

We’re making changes to Rolleston Avenue and Park Terrace to improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists and visitors.

Way safer streets

Ōtautahi-Christchurch's planning rules are changing following new national standards for greater housing and business development within our city's urban footprint.

Halswell Junction Road extension

A new road link will provide a safer, more direct route for road users, including heavy vehicles accessing the Hornby Freight Hub.