The Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee at its meeting on 11 July recommended to partner organisations that they commit to a package of short-term measures to accommodate the significant growth in the Waimakariri area until the Western Corridor and Northern Arterial are built during the next four to six years.
The NZ Transport Agency is at the Canterbury A & P Show this week talking to visitors about how it's working together with other agencies and the private sector to drive the recovery and rebuild of Greater Christchurch.
Christchurch’s new Christchurch Transport Operations Centre has today been launched to improve travel in the city by helping to keep all road users better informed with up-to-date travel information on road works, travel delays, detours and road closures.
The NZ Transport Agency has announced an investment of approximately $1 billion in Canterbury's transport system over the next three years through the 2012-15 National Land Transport programme, that sees major investments in Christchurch's roads of national significance projects, public transport and repairs to quake damaged transport infrastructure.
The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) says slower than expected progress in clearing heavy snow and moving hundreds of fallen trees across the road on SH7 the Lewis Pass and SH73 Arthurs Pass, has forced them to close these routes for another night.