Steve Lowndes is wrapping up his experience as a councillor and chair and reflects on achievements and the challenges lying ahead for the new council.
News & events
Environment Canterbury is searching for a name for its new on-demand public transport service, which will begin in Timaru next year.
Free public transport, in support of World Car Free Day, resulted in more than 71,000 individual boardings recorded over the weekend.
After two rounds of consultation and over 1,300 submissions from the community, changes have been confirmed for Waimakariri’s bus services.
Community and social support agencies met at Environment Canterbury, contributing to the design and development of on-demand public transport.
A hui of community vehicle trust volunteers met last week at Environment Canterbury to hear that they had jointly donated over 17,300 hours of time.
A major transport study says rail freight is an economic way to take pressure off South Island roads.
Twenty years old this month, the Orbiter has been around nearly as long as cell phones. And for many Christchurch locals, the service is nearly as indispensable
Changes proposed for Waimakariri’s bus services have been updated based on feedback from the community during the initial consultation in May.
From Monday 22 July, some Metro fares will increase. The adult Metrocard fare in Greater Christchurch remains the same.
Annual Plan 2019-20, Fees & Charges Policy, Revenue & Financing Policy formally adopted.
The Council concluded deliberations on the Annual Plan 2019-20, Fees & Charges Policy, Revenue & Financing Policy, and rates for the coming financial year.