Updated: 10 Mar 2014 02:47pm
Drilling at the Waterview Connection project in Auckland is stopping for three weeks while workers get ready for the next stage of the massive motorway project.
Updated: 10 Mar 2014 11:10am
Work that started in January to extend the life of the 50-year-old Kawarau River Bridge on State Highway 6 and remove overweight restrictions for heavy vehicles, is on track for completion by June.
Updated: 7 Mar 2014 11:22am
Drivers of State Highway 33, between Paengaroa and Rotorua, would have noticed that they are now travelling on the new section of road at Pareteiro. For the last 16 months this section of road has been undergoing major safety improvement works.
Updated: 7 Mar 2014 10:14am
The NZ Transport Agency has awarded a design contract to upgrade the Te Puna / Minden Road intersection on State Highway 2 (SH2) to Opus Consultants. A roundabout was identified as the best solution to improve this busy intersection.
Updated: 5 Mar 2014 12:27pm
A series of night works linked to the NZ Transport Agency’s upgrade of State Highways 1 and 14 are planned to start in Whangarei next week and will impact on drivers using the two highways.
Updated: 5 Mar 2014 12:23pm
The NZ Transport Agency plans to reopen Wayby Station Road a week earlier on Saturday 22 March after it has completed safety improvements at the intersection of the road and State Highway 1 near Wellsford.
Updated: 4 Mar 2014 03:59pm
Essential deck repair work starting from the middle of this month, will limit night time access across the Kawarau Falls Bridge on State Highway 6 between Frankton and Kelvin Heights for about six weeks.
Updated: 4 Mar 2014 09:57am
The NZ Transport Agency says its priority to improve traffic flows in the Warkworth area is to first construct a new highway between Puhoi and Warkworth before it upgrades the community’s Hill Street intersection.
Updated: 3 Mar 2014 02:32pm
Alice, the giant tunnel boring machine excavating the motorway tunnels on Auckland’s Waterview Connection project, now has a partner to help complete New Zealand’s largest roading project.
Updated: 3 Mar 2014 12:11pm
The NZ Transport Agency has introduced a new driver licensing option aimed at improving the safety of motorcyclists. On 1 March 2014, the Agency introduced an optional competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) licensing regime for motorcyclists.