News

  • Environment Canterbury proposes to change the way it apportions rates for the Selwyn bus service into Christchurch so that rural properties along the bus route will no longer pay the same rate as urban properties.

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  • Passengers can once again top up their Metrocards and check their account balance online, after additional extra security measures have been added to the process.

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  • Rapidly changing road detours and extensive road repairs are proving challenging for bus drivers on many routes around the city.

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  • More than 120 people with impairments had the chance to experience travelling by bus at the recent Have a Go bus day.

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  • Environment Canterbury and the Christchurch City Council want to help people with impairments overcome any nervousness they might have about using public buses by holding a ‘have a go’ bus day.

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  • The Metro Office at 37 Main North Road will close its doors this Friday, 20 September.

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  • With the sale of Leopard’s urban services to GoBus now finalised, Environment Canterbury is advising people that they are likely to start seeing some changes to how the buses look.

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  • On Monday 30 September all Timaru Metro bus fares will increase.

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  • School students will be one of the community groups that will benefit from the changes to the Timaru bus network which begin on 15 July.

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  • Woodend residents can still shop and access essential services in Rangiora twice a week, despite the end of the daily pre-book dial a ride trial service operated by the North Canterbury Minibus Trust.

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