The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) has welcomed the release of the Board of Inquiry's final decision to approve the regulatory consents applications lodged by the NZTA, Porirua City Council and Transpower for the Transmission Gully project.
The cold has arrived, and with snow blanketing many parts of the country it's a reminder that the winter festival season is just around the corner. The Mountain Mardi Gras at Ohakune this Saturday (23 June) is the first festival for the season and it's likely a large number of young people will be travelling by road from the Waikato and the Bay of Plenty regions to attend it.
The NZ Transport Agency Board has endorsed indicative investment levels for a further four activity classes as the next step in the development of the 2012/15 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP), which will represent a $9 billion investment in New Zealand's land transport system.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has amended its Saturday work schedule on SH29 at Ruahihi Bluffs this weekend to ensure the road will reopen at 3.00pm, to minimise disruption to supporters trying to get to the All Blacks rugby match in Hamilton or the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic netball game in Tauranga.