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- Fairfax Video, October 2013 (7)
- A video of a press conference with Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee and Mayor Lianne Dalziel. The conference was held to announce the implementation of the Accessible Transport Plan. Brownlee announces the introduction of a 30 km/h speed limit in the inner city zone, facilitating the use of bicycles and encouraging pedestrian movement within the centre city. Lianne also talks about how the plan allows for a clean, green, safe, and accessible city, reflecting the public's visions in the Share an Idea campaign.
- Daniel Tobin
- 5:06am 31st October 2013
- Accessible Transport Plan, Share an Idea, Gerry Brownlee, Earthquake Recovery Minister, Lianne Dalziel, mayor, traffic, centre city, Media, Communications and Journalism
- Fairfax Video, October 2013 (8)
- A video of Rachel Young describing the changes that will be made to streets in the Christchurch central city, under the Accessible Transport Plan. The video includes time-lapse footage of a car driving down Durham Street, Tuam Street, Kilmore Street, Salisbury Street, and Rolleston Avenue. Young explains that Tuam Street will become a west-to-east one-way street, that a new bus exchange will be built on the block bordered by Tuam, Colombo, Manchester, and Lichfield Streets, that a super stop will be added at the hospital and on Manchester Street, and that Kilmore and Salisbury Streets will be turned into two-way streets. She also explains that the speed limit will be dropped to 30 km/h in the area bordered by Rolleston Avenue, St Asaph Street, Madras Street, and Kilmore Street.
- Daniel Tobin, Rachel Young
- 5:35am 31st October 2013
- Accessible Transport Plan, transport, centre city, Tuam Street, Colombo Street, Manchester Street, Litchfield Street, Kilmore Street, Salisbury Street, Christchurch Central, Media, Communications and Journalism