Six high-risk roads in central and eastern Waikato are set to become safer for motorists, with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency installing rumble strips, better roadside signs and long-life line markings.
ReBicycle EkeRua which upcycles donated, second-hand bikes and gives them to refugees and other people in need in Wellington, received the top honour at the On the Go Awards in Dunedin on Thursday night.
Geotechnical engineers have started testing the ground conditions around the future site of Stage Two of the Takitimu North Link between Te Puna and Ōmokoroa, one of the Government’s New Zealand Upgrade Programme (NZUP) projects.
Wellington’s newest walking and cycling paths at Cobham Drive were officially opened today, as part of the off-road Tahitai cycling route which will enable more people to walk and cycle between Wellington’s central city and its eastern suburbs.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is working hard with its contracted provider Vehicle Testing New Zealand (VTNZ) to shorten wait times for practical driver testing across New Zealand, to address the sharp increase in demand for testing as a result of multiple Covid-19 Alert Level changes.