While disappointed by a Christchurch City Council decision earlier this week not to support a project to four-lane Cranford Street north of Innes Rd in its Long Term Plan, the Transport Agency says it will continue working with the Council to resolve this matter.
Cycling in greater Christchurch will be safer and easier, following today’s announcement that the Government is investing $19.56 million from the Urban Cycleways Fund into cycling projects in Greater Christchurch over the next three years.
Cycling in Dunedin will be safer and easier as a result of today’s announcement by the Prime Minister that it’s investing $3 million from the Urban Cycleways Fund into cycling projects in the city between now and 2018.
The Transport Agency says while the worst of the snow associated with the winter storm that swept up the South Island yesterday closing several highways has passed, there are still several problem areas on the highway network.
The Transport Agency expects to start work from next week to improve the braking performance on State highway 6 (SH6) immediately south of Winton that currently has temporary speed restrictions in place.