Latest update 16 Oct 2019
A major redevelopment of central Christchurch’s busiest bus stops is nearly complete, with the new Health Precinct bus bays and shelters ready for use from 21 October.
Latest update 07 Mar 2019
Work to construct two large bus shelters and six dedicated bus bays on Tuam Street, between Hagley Avenue and Antigua Street, will begin on 12 March.
Latest update 14 Dec 2018
A new pick-up and drop-off area on Oxford Terrace, between the Hospital and Christchurch Outpatients, will be open from Wednesday 19 December.
Latest update 03 May 2018
A new single north-bound lane on a small section of Durham Street will be open to traffic from 9 May, to make it easier for people to access the city centre’s shops.
Latest update 30 Apr 2018
Work to transform Oxford Terrace between the Christchurch Hospital and Outpatients building starts on 7 May 2018.
Latest update 13 Feb 2018
Three major central city intersections will be rebuilt over six weekends, half an intersection at a time.
Latest update 12 Jan 2018
Cambridge Terrace/Durham Street closes for four nights from Tuesday 16 January for final road sealing and line marking between Worcester Boulevard and Lichfield Street as part of the Central City Tran
Latest update 09 Mar 2017
Durham Street between Kilmore Street and Worcester Boulevard has today returned to two lanes with the bulk of the road works on this portion of the An Accessible Project now complete.
Latest update 24 Feb 2017
Work to upgrade the few remaining blocks of St Asaph Street, Tuam Street and Hagley Avenue will get underway on 27 February as part of An Accessible City.
Latest update 07 Oct 2016
Sections of Durham Street will be reduced to one lane between Kilmore and Tuam Streets from 17 October to April 2017 as part of the An Accessible City programme.
Latest update 25 Sep 2016
Work gets underway this week on the Manchester Street transport project, which is part of An Accessible City – the transport Chapter of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan.