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Two Environment Canterbury councillors are pushing for a two-year trial of free buses in greater Christchurch, but the move is likely to cost ratepayers and taxpayers millions of dollars.
The regional council, which is already proposing a 24.5 per cent rate increase, will vote on Thursday whether to investigate a two-year public transport free-fare trial to start from mid-next year.
ECan councillor John Sunckell, who requested the vote along with fellow councillor Megan Hands, said ECan had not been “heroic” enough in looking at public transport options within Christchurch.
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28% Yes definitely28% Complete
16% Yes but only on a trial basis first16% Complete
52% No, it will cost ratepayers too much52% Complete
4% Not sure/something else (tell us in the comments)4% Complete
My neighbor left her shopping on the number three Sumner bus yesterday afternoon . she is a pensioner and had decided to go to pack n save after a long day at the hospital. When she realized her mistake she contacted the bus company no one handed it in.to the person who took her groceries you are a very bad person If you have any kind of decency left you should feel very ashamed stealing from an old lady