Council cycle lane moratorium not yet lifted

Published: Fri 7 Oct 2005 09:27 AM
6 October 2005
Council cycle lane moratorium not yet lifted
The Christchurch City Council today decided against lifting a moratorium on Council cycle way works, to further examine issues about cycle lane use and safety.
The moratorium only covers capital works involving cycle lane tenders, so the Council remains committed to encouraging cycling under its existing Cycling Strategy.
Cycling promotions will continue along with education programmes to support this.

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