Puari ki Pū-taringa-motu: The Uni–Cycle route runs from the University of Canterbury to the Central City.

Uni–Cycle passes near a number of major high schools and several intermediate schools in addition to the tertiary locations. The route connects with the Nor’West Arc at Ilam Road and the Northern Line Cycleway at Mona Vale. 

The route is expected to attract many new people who will commute to work, education and for recreation. The full route is expected to be finished in 2017.

Already a large part of the route is built, including a section past Christchurch Boy's High School and shared path through North Hagley Park. Other parts of the route finished are along Matai Street, including traffic lights to cross Deans Avenue.

Construction on the next section from Riccarton Bush through University of Canterbury to Solway Avenue has begun. Work has started on the University Drive section so that the work can be completed before the majority of students return in February.

Below are the amended plans and the summary of submissions for consultation on this section of the route.

Uni -Cycle Ngahere to Dovedale  - Summary table of consultation feedback and project team response [PDF, 123 KB] 

Uni-Cycle Ngahere to Dovedale - Ranked response to consultation statements [PDF, 177 KB]

Uni-Cycle  Ngahere to Dovedale  - Final plans for Infrastructure Environment and Committee approval [PDF, 1.4 MB]