The NZ Transport Agency says the first stage of the operation to shift the Rob Roy Hotel - one of Auckland's oldest pubs - back to its original sight opposite Victoria Park west of the city's CBD has been completed successfully.
The 125-year-old Rob Roy Hotel in Freemans Bay will be moved back to its original location tomorrow, Tuesday, and Wednesday (12 and 13 April). The move will start at approximately 7.30 am and is expected to take at least two days. Work will finish at approximately 6pm each day.
The historic Rob Roy Hotel, being protected by the NZ Transport Agency as part of the Victoria Park Tunnel project in central Auckland, will be returned next Tuesday and Wednesday (12 and 13 April) to the exact spot it was built on 125 years ago. Only now, that spot is on the roof of the motorway tunnel.
This weekend, residents and landowners interested in the Hamilton Southern Links investigation project are invited to attend the first of three community information days being held by the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) and Hamilton City Council (HCC).
The NZ Transport Agency is asking motorists travelling along Taradale Road to keep in mind that they will need to use detours rather than use the roundabout at the Expressway while roadworks are carried out over the next three weeks.
Drivers can start using the Auckland's Victoria Park Tunnel in central Auckland this November, months earlier than planned as the NZ Transport Agency's $340m project to ease motorway congestion in the central city area heads towards an early finish.
The NZ Transport Agency will close a section of the southbound lanes on Auckland's Southwestern Motorway (State Highway 20) on Monday and Tuesday night (11 and 12 April) for work associated with improvements to the Walmsley Road interchange at Mangere Bridge.
Around a quarter of million dollars of investigation and design funding has just been approved by the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) for the State Highway 88 Port Chalmers-Dunedin walking/cycling shared path.
The NZ Transport Agency says it is confident that relatively small number of vehicles imported from the area around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan since the devastating earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011 will not be contaminated with radioactive material.
The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) is to remove the current T2 lane restrictions along Mana Esplanade and replace them clearways, together with new traffic signals at the Marina View intersection. This follows the Environment Court's approval of a consent order to enable these changes to proceed.