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[185] Christchurch Brill Tram No 178 on the heritage tramway in inner-city Christchurch. The Christchurch City Council has committed NZ$68. 5 million to build a network of modern cycleways over the next five years. [citation needed] There is a functioning tramway system in Christchurch, but as a tourist attraction; its loop is restricted to a circuit of the central city. The trams were originally introduced in 1905 as a form of public transport, and ceased operating in 1954, [186] but returned to the inner city (as a tourist attraction) in 1995.


The early presence of the University of Canterbury and the heritage of the city's academic institutions in association with local businesses has fostered a number of technology-based industries. Christchurch is one of five Antarctic gateway cities, hosting Antarctic support bases for several nations.


[105] Like many cities, Christchurch experiences an urban heat island effect; temperatures are slightly higher within the inner-city regions compared to the surrounding countryside. [106] In winter, it is common for the temperature to fall below 0 °C (32 °F) at night. There are on average 80 days of ground frost per year. [107] Snowfall occurs on average three times per year, although in some years none is recorded. [108] The lowest temperature recorded was −7. 1 °C (19.


Rail services, both long-distance and commuter, used to focus on the former railway station on Moorhouse avenue. Commuter trains were progressively cancelled in the 1960s and 1970s. The last such service, between Christchurch and Rangiora, ceased in 1976. After the reduction in services, a new Christchurch railway station was established at Addington Junction. The Main North Line railway travels northwards via Kaikōura to Picton and is served by the Coastal Pacific scheduled passenger train while the Main South Line heads to Invercargill via Dunedin and was used by the Southerner until its cancellation in 2002. The most famous train to depart Christchurch is the TranzAlpine, which travels along the Main South Line to Rolleston and then turns onto the Midland Line, passes through the Southern Alps via the Otira Tunnel, and terminates in Greymouth on the West Coast. This trip is often regarded as one of the ten great train journeys in the world for the remarkable scenery through which it passes.


52 9, 549 35. 5 years $28, 000 Heathcote Ward 38. 23 25, 263 660. 82 10, 143 41. 7 years $37, 400 Banks Peninsula Ward 973. 16 8, 850 9. 09 3, 747 48. 4 years $36, 000 New Zealand 37. 4 years $31, 800 Culture and identity[edit] Largest groups of overseas-born residents[118] Nationality Population (2018) England 16, 779 Philippines 10, 338 China[b] 10, 296 India 7, 404 Australia 6, 495 South Africa 3, 462 South Korea 2, 907 Fiji 2, 733 Samoa 2, 697 United States 2, 403 The table below shows the ethnic profile of Christchurch's population, as recorded in the censuses held between 2001 and 2018. The percentages add up to more than 100%, as some people counted themselves as belonging to more than one ethnic group.


The TranzAlpine service is primarily a tourist service and carries no significant commuter traffic. Christchurch Airport is located in Harewood, 12 kilometres (7. 5 mi) to the north-west of the city centre. The airport serves as the major base for the New Zealand, Italian and United States Antarctic programs. Utilities[edit] Electricity[edit] The Christchurch City Council established the city's first public electricity supply in 1903, and the city was connected to Coleridge Power Station in 1914. Until 1989, electricity distribution and retailing in Christchurch was the responsibility of four entities: the Christchurch City Council Municipal Electricity Department (MED), Riccarton Electricity, the Port Hills Energy Authority, and the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board.


However, following the February 2011 earthquake, the system was damaged and within the cordoned off 'Red Zone' of the central city. The tramway reopened in November 2013 on a limited route, with plans to extend the tram route in 2014, first to reopen the complete pre-earthquake circuit, and then to open the extension travelling through the Re:Start Mall and High Street, which was being constructed when the 2011 earthquake struck. There is a cable car system called the Christchurch Gondola which operates as a tourist attraction, providing transport from the Heathcote Valley to the top of Mount Cavendish in the city's south-east.


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