Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has today announced $289 million of investment for Nelson, Marlborough and Tasman to strengthen, make safe and plan the future development of the region’s transport system over the next three years.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has today announced a $1.1 billion investment in the Otago/Southland land transport system to create a safe, resilient land transport system that supports economic recovery and growth.
State highway works in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty will resume from today (Wednesday 1 September), with last night’s move to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 for most of the country, excluding Auckland and Northland.
Work on a major intersection upgrade in Ashburton, Mid Canterbury, begins this week. The aim is to make it safer for school students, people who bike or walk and all road users to get around the growing town.
People can expect to see lots of construction if they’re travelling on State Highway 1 between Porirua and Johnsonville throughout August and September, as work continues to make Wellington’s motorway network easier to use and more responsive.
The people of Tairua rely on safe access over waterways to stay connected and for the community to thrive. That’s why Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is starting construction of a footbridge this week so walkers and cyclists can safely cross Graham’s Stream.