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SH25 resurfacing works at Thames and Kopu overnight tonight

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Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises overnight resurfacing works on State Highway 25 in Thames and Kopu will take place overnight.

Update Monday 1 March: These works, which were expected to be completed overnight on Friday (26 February), will continue overnight tonight between MacKay Street and Grey Street in Thames, weather dependent.

Our contractors will also be undertaking overnight resurfacing work east and west of the Pipiroa Bridge on State Highway 25 from tonight. Stop/Go traffic management will be in place, with a temporary speed limit of 30km/h while the resurfacing works are underway, then 50km/h until the line markings are reinstated.

Our contractors will also be undertaking overnight resurfacing work east and west of the Pipiroa Bridge on State Highway 25 from tonight. Stop/Go traffic management will be in place, with a temporary speed limit of 30km/h while the resurfacing works are underway, then 50km/h until the line markings are reinstated.

These works had been scheduled for overnight last Saturday (20 February) but were postponed.

Nightworks will be undertaken between MacKay Street and Grey Street in Thames and between Kopu Road and the entrance to Claymark in Kopu between 8pm and 5am. Stop/Go traffic management will be in place during these works with a temporary speed limit of 30km/h, then 50km/h until the line markings are reinstated.

It is important motorists adhere to the relevant temporary speed limits during these works to avoid damage to their vehicles and ensure their safety and that of other road users and road workers.

These works are part of the Waka Kotahi spring/summer road maintenance programme, which will see repairs and reseals on state highways across the Waikato to ensure the safety and resilience of the state highway network.

In the event of bad weather or other unforeseen circumstances, work may be postponed. Visit the interactive Waka Kotahi Journey Planner website for the latest information on roadworks, traffic, road closures and detours to help plan your trip.

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Waka Kotahi thanks motorists for their patience while we undertake these important works.

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