Motorists travelling southbound on State Highway 1 through Whangarei this Saturday (21 March) will be detoured along local streets to allow for the installation of a new storm water culvert across the highway.
Motorists travelling on State Highway 1, just south of Oakleigh, will be detoured on local roads this Sunday (22 March) as the NZ Transport Agency completes major resealing works along a 13km section of the highway.
The final section of Auckland’s Grafton Gully cycleway, the link connecting the cycleway with the two Universities between Grafton Gully and Symonds Street near Whittaker Place, will be opened tomorrow (24 December).
The two northbound clip-on lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, as well as the Curran Street on-ramp and Stafford Road off-ramp will be closed over the Christmas-New Year holiday period for annual resurfacing work.
The NZ Transport Agency says lane closures will have an impact on drivers using a section of Auckland’s Northwestern motorway (State Highway 16) and the Te Atatu interchange after Christmas and early in the New Year.
Motorists are being urged to take extra care and watch for changes to the layout of the SH1 Hill Street intersection in Warkworth as the NZ Transport Agency progresses with works to improve safety and traffic flow through the area.
The NZ Transport Agency is advising Auckland motorists to plan ahead and check for the latest travel information online before travelling this weekend with plans to close State Highway 20 for up to 12 hours.
Public information days are being planned by the NZ Transport Agency next month to keep communities informed of plans to improve the State Highway 20A/Kirkbride Road intersection in south-west Auckland.
The NZ Transport Agency says significant closures will have a big impact on drivers using a section of Auckland’s Northwestern motorway citybound (State Highway 16) and the Great North Road interchange during the weekend of 27/28 September.
The Red Ensign will, for the first time, be flown from the Auckland Harbour Bridge alongside New Zealand’s national flag on Wednesday (3 September) to commemorate the role of the Merchant Navy in wartime.