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Traffic notice for the week commencing 19 September 2021

Well maintained roads are an important part of keeping people safe. While we aim to do this work with as little disruption as possible, we know that roadworks can be inconvenient. Thanks for your patience and understanding while we do this important work.

Please drive carefully through work sites and stick to the temporary speed limits. As always, we will be doing our best to minimise effects of these works on the public as much as we can.

If you have any queries about these works, please contact our project team:

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Below is a quick outline of the major works planned for the coming week from 19 September 2021.

NOTE: If bad weather should strike, work will be postponed to the next suitable day/night.

Intended programme for next week (weather dependent, therefore subject to change)

Location Type of work Schedule
SH2 Maunganui Rd, TEL and SH29A

Truck and trailer movements through the site access point to move the construction plant and deliver materials. 

No traffic delays expected.

From Monday 20 September
to
Friday 24 September

Days: 9am to 4pm

Advanced notice of significant works

Location Type of work Schedule
SH2 Maunganui Road between Bayfair roundabout, Girven Road and Matapihi Road

Sheet piling

TTM: Lane Closure

Sunday 26 September 2021
to
Thursday 30 September 2021

Nights: 7pm to 5am

Long-term traffic management

  • A signalised intersection and pedestrian crossing are installed at Te Maunga.
  • State Highway 2 Maunganui Rd signalised pedestrian crossing is installed for the public to access the Bayfair Shopping Centre.
  • State Highway 2 between Te Maunga intersection and Concord Avenue – narrowed lanes and a 50km/h temporary speed restriction are in place for the duration of the project.
  • Bayfair roundabout – a 30km/h temporary speed restriction is in place for the duration of the project.
  • Matapihi Road, adjacent to the golf driving range – narrowed lanes and a 30km/h temporary speed restriction are in place for the duration of the project.
  • Girven Road, near the Bayfair roundabout – narrowed lanes are in place for the duration of the project and the right-turn from the Bayfair Shopping Centre car park onto Girven Road is permanently closed.
  • SH29A near Baypark – narrowed lanes and a 50km/h temporary speed restriction are in place for the duration of the project.
  • Bayfair Shopping Centre, Girven Road – the first entrance/exit is closed for construction works.