Recent additions to the website.
|Advanced contra-flow cycle facility(external link)||Cyclists (and motorists alike) need some advance-warning of the presence of contra-flow cycling. The advanced contra-flow cycle lane sign may be used to indicate the presence of an upcoming contra-flow cycling facility. See detailed design considerations under Provision for contra-flow cycling for more information.||3 Dec 2021|
|Path behaviour markings [PDF, 1.7 MB]||Guidance on when and where behaviour markings can be used to support the safe operation of Shared paths and Cycle-only paths.||4 Oct 2021|
|Sharrow markings||Update on sharrow markings: when merging people on bicycles with general traffic at roundabouts.||16 Apr 2021|
See also Guidance notes and tools
|Christchurch - Ilam Road separated cycleway (updated)||A project initiated to improve safety at the University of Canterbury eventually saw the implementation of the first uni-directional separated cycleways in Christchurch in 2013.||Oct 2021|
|Christchurch - Matai Street Railway Level Crossing||Barrier gates are being installed at a rail crossing on the Uni-Cycle Route on Matai Street West, stopping cyclists from crossing the tracks when trains are approaching.||Oct 2021|
|Christchurch - Te Papa Ōtākaro / Avon River Precinct||The Avon River Precinct / Te Papa Ōtākaro was the first of seventeen anchor projects in the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan to be taken through design and construction.||Oct 2021|
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