The NZ Transport Agency says it welcomes a Ministerial decision to refer to a Board of Inquiry its application for designation and resource consents to construct the first section of the Ara Tūhono - Pūhoi to Wellsford Road of National Significance between Pūhoi and Warkworth.
Marlborough’s biggest roading project since 2007 is about to get underway. The NZ Transport Agency’s Marlborough Roads office has announced that work to build a new rail overbridge and a straighter, safer road at Dashwood Pass will start up this month and should be complete by winter 2015.
The NZ Transport Agency is inviting the public to a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the largest roading project ever undertaken in the Bay of Plenty, the Tauranga Eastern Link, one of seven of the Government’s Roads of National Significance.
Drivers will be enjoying safer and easier access to the Warkworth showgrounds with the successful and early completion of a $3.5m upgrade to Hudson Road and the intersection with State Highway 1 at the north end of Warkworth.
The NZ Transport Agency is advising motorists that traffic changes will be happening next week following excellent progress by construction crews on the safety upgrade of the Otaihanga Intersection, just north of Paraparaumu on State Highway 1.
The NZ Transport Agency is at the Canterbury A & P Show this week talking to visitors about how it's working together with other agencies and the private sector to drive the recovery and rebuild of Greater Christchurch.
There will be two important changes for drivers on the Northwestern Motorway (State Highway 16) when the latest stages of the NZ Transport Agency’s improvements at the Lincoln Road interchange become operational next Monday (11 November).
A successful safety campaign first used four years ago is being activated again by the NZ Transport Agency’s Auckland Motorway Alliance (AMA) to try to cut the number of bridge strikes across the city’s motorway network.
The NZ Transport Agency says there will be significant changes to driving on the Auckland Harbour Bridge and some other sections of the city’s motorway network early this Sunday morning (10 November) for the “Bike the Bridge” event.
Resurfacing work costing $360,000 is underway on the north and southbound legs of State highway 1 between Fredrick Street and Albany Street, to replace the existing road surface that’s reached the end of its economic life.