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This website is dedicated to the recovery of St Albans and its city, Christchurch following a devastating series of earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. This service by the St Albans Residents' Association offers relevant local information. If you are from an organisation or a business and have essential information you would like to share with the community, then please get in touch by email to email@example.com and we will endeavour to publish it here.
SARA also maintains two Facebook pages: one for the Newsletter which you can find at St Al bans News Facebook page and the other relates to the St Albans Community Centre.
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Category Archives: Transport
City Council staff have made a number of recommendations for changes to parking around the shops at the intersection of Barbadoes Street and Edgeware Road.
CERA wants feedback from Christchurch citizens on An Accessible City, the draft transport chapter of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan by February 1.
Christchurch City Council has adopted the Christchurch Transport Strategic Plan without clarifying how traffic will disperse from the two major roads that end on St Albans boundaries.
The new Blue Line Orbiter-style bus service linking Rangiora and Princess Margaret Hospital via Papanui and Merivale starts running on December 3.
This month SARA will speak to the submission recently put in on the CCC 30 year Transport Plan. In our submission we asked to gain more understanding of the local St Albans priorities and developments. As there are two major … Continue reading
Most of the rainfall is disappearing underground but a number of streets in St Albans: Edward Avenue, Warrington Street and Flockton Streets in particular have heavy flooding (but not to the point of closure). St Albans Creek is also full … Continue reading
Environment Canterbury is proposing a redesign of the Metro Bus system to reflect the fact that more people are now working in the suburbs and is seeking feedback on the planned changes by August 3.
Christchurch drivers are encouraged to do their roadwork homework, particularly now the new school term has begun with more cyclists and others on the roads. The New Zealand Transport Agency and Christchurch City Council have just launched a new website … Continue reading