Find out about some of the larger transport projects Council is undertaking to improve our travel network.
The new central city is compact, people and cycle friendly and buzzing with activity. Come in and take a look.
The Roads of National Significance (RoNS) is being implemented by the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA).
Peak hour bus lanes will be installed along Lincoln Road and a small stretch of Moorhouse Avenue in 2020 to make bus journey times shorter and more reliable.
Bus lanes are being installed by Northlands Shopping Centre to improve the reliability and travel times.
A network of major cycle routes is being built connecting suburbs, shopping areas, businesses and schools.
Bus priority gives buses right of way over other vehicles when a road is heavily used.
The Council has a number of roading projects underway across the city.
We're planning how we manage additional traffic in the St Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau areas when the Christchurch Northern Corridor opens.
The Sumner Lyttelton Corridor from the Ferrymead causeway to Lyttelton re-opened on 29 March 2019, linking Christchurch with Lyttelton Port.
This pathway project provides access to the coastline between Ferrymead and Scarborough Beach in Sumner.
We’re upgrading Woolston Village and part of Ferry Road. This will make the village a safer and more attractive place to walk, bike and drive.