The next phase of the State Highway 1 Cambridge to Piarere Safety Improvements programme gets underway this month, as Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency starts construction of a turnaround bay at the intersection of SH1/Hydro Road, east of Cambridge.
An incident response team working in remote terrain and dealing with all kinds of call-outs including avalanche control, has gone electric - showing positive contributions to climate resilience can be made everywhere.
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Key government agencies and road safety partners Waka Kotahi, NZ Police, Te Manatū Waka, ACC and Auckland Transport, are today reinforcing to Aotearoa that road safety is a daily, year-round focus for all of us.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is improving the resilience of State Highway 2 from Gisborne to Waioeka Gorge as part of the Government’s initial fund for cyclone-related emergency repairs and road works.
Works to resurface State Highway 2 between the Wairoa River Bridge and Bethlehem hit an unexpected issue early this morning (Thursday 25 May 2023), when an asphalt paver suffered a mechanical failure at the worksite.
Consent has been lodged for the Waikare Gorge realignment project to bypass six kilometres of the existing State Highway 2, which includes the slip- and rockfall-prone Waikare Gorge, between Wairoa and Napier.