Road users who normally travel across Dunedin using State Highway 1, or who travel to or from the Port of Otago at Port Chalmers, should be ready for detours and delays Thursday afternoon. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are arriving at the Dunedin Railway Station in the afternoon.
As the final part of the strengthening and widening work on the Kakaho Creek Bridge, North Otago, the NZ Transport Agency will reduce the bridge to one lane and one-way only for four weeks from early November.
The NZ Transport Agency is extremely concerned at incorrect allegations made this morning about its handling and disposal of material alleged to contain traces of asbestos from sites in the central city and from Russley Road/ Memorial Ave.
Les McKenzie is a West Coaster with a mission: to get as many of his former work mates and their families to Haast for the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Paringa to Haast section of the Haast highway next month - 6 to 8 November.
Queenstown drivers will notice a change in the road markings on the main state highway Frankton-Ladies Mile from Stalker Road down to the Shotover bridge, probably from this Saturday morning, 10 October.