Directional cycle signals trial
This survey has now closed - results have been submitted to the NZ Transport Agency and will be available soon.
Have you noticed the new directional cycle signals at the High / Madras / St Asaph intersection in Christchurch? These show different cycle signals for going straight through and to the right, and are part of a formal national trial. ViaStrada has collected feedback about this new idea as part of an official traffic control device trial for Christchurch City and the NZ Transport Agency.
Survey on cycling tram-track incidents in Christchurch
This survey has now closed - results will be available soon.
Based on occasional comments and concerns shared, and a small number of accidents reported, the Christchurch City Council are currently trying to learn more about cycling problems on tram tracks. Please help out by completing a survey about your recent cycling accidents (or near-accidents) involving tram tracks in central Christchurch. If you have had any tram-track incidents on your bike from 2015 onwards, please complete this survey, which will only take about 5 minutes per incident (note: please repeat the survey if you have more than one incident to report).
Survey link: http://bit.do/CycleTramTrack