The Eastern Corridor – Stage Two project includes the section of SH30/Te Ngae Road from Iles Road to Rotorua Airport. We are addressing safety and connectivity, while accommodating for future growth and providing better travel choices. The upgrades will be completed in three phases.
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Construction of Phase One (most of the works between Iles Road and Coulter Road), addressing safety and connectivity is underway.
The upgrades between Iles and Coulter roads will commence in three consecutive work zones to minimise impact on people travelling in the area:
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Phase One improvements include:
Phase One received $35 million from the Government’s Crown Infrastructure Partners (CIP) funding for construction to support growth and development in eastern Rotorua – with a focus on the Wharenui Road area.
The SH30 Eastern Corridor Stage Two project involves the section of SH30/Te Ngae Road from Iles Road to Rotorua Airport.
We are addressing safety and connectivity on the corridor, while accommodating for future growth and providing people with better travel choices.
These improvements will be constructed in three phases and include:
This project is part of the Connect Rotorua programme of work, in partnership with Rotorua Lakes Council, to futureproof two of the city’s key transport networks: SH30/Te Ngae Road and SH30A/Amohau Street.