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SH29 road works near Soldiers Road this Wednesday

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The NZ Transport Agency is advising motorists planning to travel along State Highway 29 near Soldiers Road and Ngamuwahine that Stop/Go traffic management will be in place this Wednesday (18 September), due to road surface repairs, which start from 9.00am and expected to finish around 4.00pm.

A temporary speed restriction will also be in place while the repair works are occurring, as a result some minor delays can be expected.

The Transport Agency’s website is regularly updated with information about significant road works that may cause delays, closures and or have detours in place, visit www.nzta.govt.nz/traffic(external link) for more information.

Alternatively you can also call the Transport Agency's free phone on 0800 4HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49), which can also be used to report any significant road issues or hazards which people may come across during their travels. 

The NZTA also uses other technology to provide information to enable drivers to make better informed choices about their travel. On The Move is a free service which enables people to sign up for information about crashes, road works and driving conditions on their frequently used routes - to sign up, go to www.onthemove.govt.nz(external link)

For more information please contact:

Glenda Dobbyn
Media Manager
Waikato and Bay of Plenty region

T: 07 928 7908
M: 021 021 67217
E: glenda.dobbyn@nzta.govt.nz

The NZ Transport Agency works to create transport solutions for all New Zealanders - from helping new drivers earn their licences, to leading safety campaigns to investing in public transport, state highways and local roads.

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