When it comes to securing the team to deliver the Penlink project, it’s all about finding the perfect fit; a consortium of skilled technical advisors and constructors who can design and develop a plan which accounts for the unique landscape and waterway the corridor sits within.
Motorists travelling overnight on State Highway 1 (SH1) between Tawa and Porirua will need to take a detour route for up to three nights next week, while a signage gantry is installed across the width of SH1 for the new Transmission Gully motorway.
A number of major transport projects in Tāmaki Makaurau will resume today (Wednesday September 22) after last night’s move to COVID-19 Alert Level 3. However, southern and northern border checkpoints will remain in place with the rest of New Zealand in Alert Level 2.
Restoring the natural marine environment around State Highway 10 south of Mangonui, is a key part of a project which will see a 50-year-old culvert replaced with a bridge designed to increase tidal flows.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is working with the Transmission Gully Public Private Partnership contractor, Wellington Gateway Partnership (WGP), and its subcontractor, CPB HEB Joint Venture, to confirm a new opening date for the motorway.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is asking motorists to drive to the conditions and watch out for surface flooding, slips and fallen trees, with MetService issuing a Heavy Rain Watch for the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel Peninsula.
The effort behind the Hinetapuarau pou near the new Te Whitinga o Tamataipunoa (former Motu) Bridge, just north of Matawai, has been recognised with an award at the recent Structural Engineering Society of New Zealand (SESOC) awards.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has today announced $751 million of investment in Northland’s land transport network over the next three years to improve safety, keep communities connected and support economic opportunities.