Greater Christchurch’s public transport challenges are bigger than the call for free buses, as our councillors Phil Clearwater and Tane Apanui explain.
News & events
Timaru's MyWay by Metro on-demand public transport service may be moved straight to its 12-month public trial as soon as the COVID-19 lockdown is over.
Public transport use in Canterbury has, as expected, drastically decreased, yet many are still using it for travel to essential services.
MyWay by Metro has been rushed into service ahead of schedule as we respond to the COVID-19 lockdown.
Environment Canterbury’s new bus contracts will reduce public transport carbon emissions by 14% within their first year.
More than 150 people from across Timaru’s community are taking part in the MyWay by Metro pilot.
Timaru’s much anticipated on-demand public transport service takes to the streets next week as 150 locals put the vehicles and technology through their paces.
Direct commuter buses from Waimakariri to central Christchurch, supported by new Park & Ride facilities, are one step closer thanks to support from residents.
Relax and enjoy the bus ride straight to the shops, by swiping your Metrocard anytime until 23 December 2019 and you’ll be in to win some great prizes.
A significant milestone has been achieved as Timaru approaches its 2020 on-demand public transport trial.
Direct commuter buses from Rangiora and Kaiapoi to central Christchurch are proposed for when the Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) opens mid next year.
A giant, interactive map of Timaru is proving popular as Environment Canterbury continues its on-demand public transport engagement events in Timaru.