The two new services to Darfield and Leeston have been received well by commuters, but patronage for Leeston route could improve to justify long-term service.
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A report into Environment Canterbury’s 2017 greenhouse gas emissions has shown the tangible ways in which the organisation has reduced its level of emissions.
Free WiFi is now available on the 95 Pegasus & Waikuku-City service.
Timaru public response to on-demand public transport service has been cautiously optimistic.
Following overwhelmingly positive feedback from local residents, trial commuter bus services for Darfield and Leeston will begin from Monday 28 January.
Canterbury has been identified as one of three priority regions in the Safe Network Programme recently announced by the Minister for Transport.
The Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-28 was formally adopted by Environment Canterbury at its council meeting on Thursday, December 13.
The Greater Christchurch Public Transport Joint Committee approved the draft Regional Public Transport Plan at its meeting this week.
Research stage of Environment Canterbury’s on-demand public transport study is underway, and the regional council is appealing for interested parties.
The trial of two new bus services for the Selwyn district is being proposed.
A reminder that some Metro services are changing, or being discontinued, from Monday, October 29.
Environment Canterbury has engaged global mobility and technology expert Via to assist in a feasibility study for an on-demand public transport service.