You can get from most suburbs to the city, all major shopping centres, educational facilities, and a range of attractions around Christchurch by bus.
Christchurch City Council is developing initiatives to encourage a cycling culture in Christchurch.
Motorcycles are a popular transport choice due to their ease of mobility, parking, and fuel economy.
Walking is the ultimate mode of transport. It's free, there are no parking worries, and it helps keep you fit.
Planning your route ahead of time and taking in to consideration congestion and road works can greatly shorten your travel time.
There are two scenic train journeys available from Christchurch.
The Christchurch International Airport serves direct flights to destinations throughout New Zealand and the world.
Black Cat run a ferry service between Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour.
The Christchurch Tram is a major city attraction that holds an important place in the Garden City's culture. It is a unique yet effective way to travel around the Christchurch CBD
Encouraging children to walk, cycle, scoot, or take public transport to and from school.
Travel Choice supports active and alternative modes of transport, such as walking, cycling, public transport and car pooling initiatives for the journey to and from work, and travel during the working day.
Journey tips help you make the best decisions when travelling.
All overweight* vehicles traversing Christchurch City Council roads must have Christchurch City Council permit approval.