Thanks for all your feedback! This survey has now closed.
Following on from recent discussions with the Spreydon-Heathcote Community Board (and partly spurred on by the recent Alex Mann case), it looks like a workshop will be organised with key stakeholders to discuss issues and potential solutions for cycling on Dyers Pass Rd. To help inform this workshop, it was decided to initiate a survey to gather more data from people who cycle on this road.
To take the survey, go to:
Survey now closed
We are interested in a variety of issues affecting cycling safety on Dyers Pass Rd and are keen to hear of people’s experiences and ideas, whether you cycle there for recreation, commuting, whatever.
The survey will focus on both the urban section of Dyers Pass Rd (in Cashmere) and the rural section above this (to the summit and beyond) – you don’t have to be a user of both sections to do the survey. There may be different issues in each section and different possible solutions.
Even if you have never experienced any problems while cycling on Dyers Pass Rd, we would still value your feedback in this survey.
The survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. Please pass this survey onto any other person or group who may be able to provide useful feedback. We will keep it open for a few weeks and let you know when it’s closing.
We will publicise the final results in due course here on “Cycling in Christchurch” (and the results of the workshop). Thanks for your assistance!
Have you experienced riding on Dyers Pass Rd? Do the survey!