Unlocking economic growth, reducing travel time between Auckland and Cambridge and improving safety is the focus of a $1.821 billion investment into the Waikato’s transport network, announced today by the NZ Transport Agency.
The NZ Transport Agency advises motorists to expect delays when travelling on state highways through Tauranga over the next fortnight, as contractors carry out ‘mill and fill’ works as part of an asphalt repair programme.
The NZ Transport Agency advises motorists travelling on State Highway 2 between Te Puke and Paengaroa to expect delays this week, as contractors carry out resurfacing on either side of the Kaituna River Bridge.
The NZ Transport Agency is encouraging people to open a toll account to make travelling on the soon to be opened Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road, and the Takitimu Drive Toll Road (Route K) as convenient as possible.
The NZ Transport Agency advises people travelling around Bay of Plenty to expect delays and allow extra time to get to their destination, as speed restrictions of 30km/h and stop/go traffic management will be in place at various state highway sites around the region.