Quiz: On the road

Quiz: On the road

Some local history questions about road safety, transport, and traffic.
Name the historic landmark that was once located on the fork of the roads leading from Culverden to Hanmer and from Culverden to Waiau.
In what year were the first electric traffic lights installed in Christchurch?
In the 1920s a taxi passenger’s fare was calculated by:
In 1899 Nicholas Oates imported the first motor car to the South Island. In 1900 he was issued with the first motor car traffic offence in Christchurch. What was he charged with?
Christchurch’s first public car park building was located on...
In 1963 the Christchurch City Council Engineering Department conducted a survey to investigate the average daily motor vehicle traffic in the Central City. The survey revealed that the busiest intersection over a 24 hour period on average was:
You must be at least ___ years old to hold a New Zealand Drivers Licence?
Which central city streets were converted into one-way streets on Sunday 20th May 1973?
In what year was the wearing of seat belts in cars made compulsory in Aotearoa New Zealand?
In 1962 what new type of pedestrian crossing system was introduced at the Gloucester Street and Colombo Street intersection?
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