News

  • Environment Canterbury Commissioners have today approved the outcome of a system wide review of the Greater Christchurch Metro bus network.

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  • In May and June Metro publically consulted on changing routes within the Christchurch and Selwyn regions.

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  • Use of public transport in Christchurch is steadily climbing, reflecting a return in public confidence and increasing levels of Metro service, according to Environment Canterbury.

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  • Environment Canterbury has organised some school holiday entertainment and some fun on the buses with the Amazing Bus Race being held tomorrow.

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  • Metro has been reviewing some of your bus routes to help keep our city heading in the right direction. While the public consultation period has now ended you can still read the proposals below.

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  • The final stage of the review of Greater Christchurch Metro services focuses on three high frequency bus routes, which, along with the successful Blue Line and Orbiter, will make it easier to get around Greater Christchurch.

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  • 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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