A reminder that some Metro services are changing, or being discontinued, from Monday, October 29.
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Environment Canterbury has engaged global mobility and technology expert Via to assist in a feasibility study for an on-demand public transport service.
Changes to some Metro bus services come into effect on Monday, October 29.
A proposed extension to the 44 Shirley bus service will not go ahead.
With less than a week to go, thousands of people have engaged with the ideas in the Regional Public Transport Plan.
Free travel on the Metro public transport network for World Car-free Day on Saturday 22 September was an outstanding success, with more than 15,600 additional trips across the network.
Public consultation opens today on the draft Regional Public Transport Plan, and ECan has announced that travel on its buses on 22 September will be free.
More services will now be retained in the upcoming Long-Term Plan bus route changes.
Today, Environment Canterbury approved the draft Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-28 for public consultation from September 17 for a month.
This week, the Greater Christchurch Public Transport Joint Committee approved the draft Regional Public Transport Plan 2018-28 (RPTP), with a recommendation to Environment Canterbury to approve the Plan for public consultation.
Environment Canterbury is currently consulting with affected residents on proposed changes to the 44 Shirley bus service.
Environment Canterbury is asking for registrations of interest (ROI) from suppliers in the passenger transport market to participate in the development and potential delivery of an innovative public transport trial...