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Project introduction

The Coromandel Peninsula has experienced a number of weather related closures of SH25 and SH25A recently, including significant damage north of Thames in January 2018. We are committed to ensuring minimal disruption on these highways and we are working to improve the resilience of these roads.

  • Estimated project dates

    Jul 2017–Dec 2018
  • Estimated project cost

    $4.4 million
  • Project type

    Road management
  • Project status

    Maintenance

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Overview

SH25 and SH25A are important routes and we know road closures are frustrating, both for locals and holiday-makers. Since the middle of 2017 we have had a programme of work to improve safety and resilience designed to both protect the road and reduce the risk of further closures.

The steep and winding roads in the Coromandel mean that there is always a high risk of slips or rock falls after heavy rain. This makes it especially important to check for the latest information about road closures or work happening on the road before you travel.

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