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NZTA Update on Christchurch Northern Corridor: 8th January 2021

Thursday, January 14, 2021   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: transport, public

T2 lanes open on Monday

The T2 Lanes on the CNC will be ready to use from Monday 11th January. You can use the T2 lanes if you have one or more passengers in your car. You need to have two or more people in your vehicle including the driver - babies and children count but pets don't!

There are two T2 lanes southbound on the new CNC motorway:

  • The Tram Road On-Ramp T2 lane operates 24/7. It is also a freight lane which is open to trucks.
  • The CNC Motorway T2 lane will operate from 6am to 9am, in the right-hand lane, on weekday mornings. Signs will tell you when it is in operation. 

Buses can use T2 lanes. Motorcycles are also allowed in this lane with or without a passenger.

Find out more about the new T2 lanes and travelling together.

New direct bus service and Park & Ride

The direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch start on Monday 11th January, and will be free for the first two weeks.

Metro’s new, fast and direct bus services to central Christchurch includes four morning trips from both Rangiora and Kaiapoi, and five afternoon trips back to each township. The new 91 Rangiora to City direct, and 92 Kaiapoi to City direct bus services are supported by Park & Ride facilities.

Waimakariri District Council has added more Park & Ride facilities in Kaiapoi and Rangiora to allow local residents to take advantage of the new T2 lanes and direct buses. Locals can park their car or bike at the new facilities, then catch the bus or meet up with friends or colleagues to carpool.

Get more information on the times and locations of new bus services.

Find more about the Park & Ride facilities and locations.