The Walmsley Road on-ramp at Mangere Bridge in south Auckland and a small southbound section of the Southwestern Motorway SH20 will be closed this Saturday night, 2 April, for necessary work associated with the NZ Transport Agency's safety improvements to the on-ramp.
The NZ Transport Agency says that construction on the SH18 Hobsonville Deviation and SH16 Brigham Creek Extension motorway project is on target to be completed by September - six months ahead of schedule.
A $100,000 pump capable of moving 1500 litres of water per second was installed today near the Kaituna Wildlife Management Reserve as part of the Tauranga Eastern Link project reports the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA).
Newmarket's Broadway will be closed overnight between Mortimer Pass and Alpers Ave, from 8pm to 5am, Sunday to Thursday next week (27-31 March) for work related to the NZ Transport Agency's Newmarket Connection: Viaduct Replacement Project. Diversions will be in place to for drivers.
NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) advises that night works are being undertaken on the section of State Highway 3 (Sloane Street) at Te Awamutu between Vaile Street and Fraser Street. The works will involve some lane closures each evening between 7pm and 6am from Tuesday 29 March until Friday 1 April
As result of safety work being suspended at Nevis Bluff last Monday because it was Otago Anniversary Day and there was extra holiday traffic on the road, work will be carried out this Saturday 26 March to make up for that lost time.
A new requirement that mopeds be visually inspected and have a vehicle identification number (VIN) for entry to the New Zealand vehicle fleet will help ensure better safety standards as well as prevent motorcycles being fraudulently registered as mopeds.
The NZ Transport Agency will close a section of the southbound lanes on Auckland's Southwestern Motorway (State Highway 20) on Sunday night (20 March) for work associated with improvements to the Walmsley Road interchange at Mangere Bridge.
The Ohingaiti community today celebrated the completion of a $14m safety project that realigns 4km of highway and removes a notorious level crossing, making journeys safer and easier through the Rangitikei heartland.
Road users are being advised by the NZ Transport Agency that unusually high tides in the Manukau and Waitemata Harbours over the next week could flood parts of the Auckland motorway network. High tides of up to 3.6m are expected from Saturday, 19 March until Thursday, 24 March.