Designs for Fitzgerald Ave quake-damage repairs possibly increased the flood risk, council confirms.
Council gives intersection advice for CBD bikers
Cyclists should sit in the middle of a busy central city lane to cross safely, say council officials.
Some roads around Lyttelton and Sumner are still closed due to post-flood slips and debris.
Christchurch's $53 million state-of-the-art Bus Interchange is set to be up and running next year.
Christchurch may face a bus driver drought as they chase bigger money driving trucks for the earthquake rebuild.
One flight from Christchurch Airport has been cancelled with staff monitoring wind "closely".
A Christchurch family received five fines after driving between 55kmh to 59kmh in 50kmh zones.
An increase in camera vans mean more Cantabrians are being ticketed for speeding than before the quakes.
OPINION: Young people relying on friends or mum and dad to ferry them round in my mind is pretty lame.
A driver has been taken to hospital after a logging truck rolled on SH6 near Nelson.
Engineers working on the Lyttelton tunnel 50 years ago did not consider the earthquake risk.
Having to wear a helmet stops women from getting on bicycles, say bike advocates.
The operators of Christchurch's heritage tramway want the city council to commit $1.2 million.
After three years of research, a replacement bridge on SH6 will not go ahead due to safety fears.
A fault in the police computer system has led to tens of thousands of people being wrongly ticketed.
Four crashes in a day by foreign drivers, plus one who clocked 160kmh, frustrate police and judge.
Another delay in rolling out Christchurch's transport plan has prompted an opposition MP to demand a top-level explanation.
City determined to get us cycling to work
City council team plans a subtle crusade to get "Mr and Mrs Average" on their bikes.
Christchurch residents should not expect "perfect" roads as part of the city's $2.9 billion infrastructure rebuild, officials say.
Police used to having their speeding fines waived are being ordered to cough up.
Cycling advocate calls for two-way cycle lanes that are separated from the road in Christchurch.
The tens of thousands of Kiwis who have failed to pay traffic fines could be banned from driving.
BP New Zealand says 'tight, winding' Governors Bay Rd not viable long-term and urges a solution.
Nelson is set to install a two-way segregated cycle lane, a precursor to what will happen in Christchurch.
Motorists on three Christchurch highways will now get real-time information on their journey length.
Winnie Bagoes will tighten dress code, scan IDs, and breath-test patrons from tomorrow.
Motorists are fed up with post-quake road chaos and a lack of right-turn arrows - Interactive Map.
OPINION: People don't seem to understand that at times right-turn arrows may solve some problems but cause others.
A concept design for Christchurch's planned new $91 million central city bus interchange is expected to be finalised by the end of the month.
Bus patronage in Christchurch is rising despite facility delays. | Exchange plan this month
People will have to learn to live with trucks, road safety-co-ordinator says.
Airline's cheap late-night flights connected Auckland to Wellington and Christchurch.
One lane of SH6 has reopened between Murchison and Inangahua Jxn after two petrol tankers collided.
Peter Humm needs reconstruction surgery after his scooter plunged into an unmarked road hole.
Part of State Highway 1 between Christchurch and Ashburton has reopened after a fire closed it.
Drivers urged to use headlights in atrocious weather, as police warn region's zero holiday road toll is 'sheer luck'.
The second stage of Christchurch's western corridor upgrade has opened to motorists.
Councillors will re-think bus interchange plans for Riccarton Rd after pressure from businesses.
Survey reveals many people are flouting the law against using a mobile phone while driving.
Closing the Gloucester St bridge for another two years is the "worst thing" to happen to New Regent St businesses, a shop owner says.
Riccarton firms are pleading with the council to rethink its plans for a bus interchange.
Businesses affected by plans to revert Oxford Tce and Lichfield St to a two-way system, and Tuam St one-way will be consulted.
Businesses are pleading with the council to re-think plans for a bus interchange on Riccarton Rd.
OPINION: It's healthy, economical, and good for the environment - so why don't more of us cycle?
People dressed as giant bacon butties surprised road workers with the real deal.
A middle-aged woman was lucky to escape unharmed after losing control of her vehicle and trailer on Christchurch's northern motorway.
Well-designed and easy-to-use cycleways reduce conflicts between cyclists and other road users, visiting Dutch experts say.
OPINION: Sticking to a speed within a margin of 4 kmh is almost impossible, even on a straight road.
Commuters are being warned of heavy traffic over Christmas as road workers take a break.
Police's 4kmh tolerance for speeding will be enforced throughout the summer.
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