CBD rebuild zone cordon map
Current as at 11am 14 May 2013
- Manchester Street is has been temporarily re-opened. It is north-bound and one-way only from Tuam Street to Hereford Street.
View the CBD cordon as at 11am 14 May 2013 in a larger map.
Two pedestrian pathways into Victoria Square are available - one via the Armagh Street bridge (east of the intersection with Durham Street), and the other via Kilmore Street, past the Town Hall.
Manchester Street (temporary)
Manchester Street is open for north bound traffic between Tuam and Hereford Streets, and two way traffic between Hereford and Worcester Streets.
Christchurch central business district rebuild zone
- Temporary traffic management subject to change.
- Drive with caution and obey traffic signage.
- Cordon opening dates have been, and will continue to be, dependent on the ability to make these areas safe to enter.
The preparation and provision of the information provided has been made in good faith compiled from a number of sources by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA).
All due care has been taken to ensure that the information is as accurate as possible and up to date. CERA shall not be liable for any errors and omissions, nor for any direct or indirect, incidental, special or consequential loss or damage arising out of or in connection with the use of the information provided.
CERA cannot guarantee the information provided is 100% accurate and in accordance with the actual cordon reductions happening at ground level.
CBD cordon reduction map - This map shows the CBD cordon’s outer perimeter within the central business district Four Avenues from when it was established on 22 February 2011, and significant reductions which followed, through to the present day.