Transmission Gully is scheduled for completion in 2020 and once open, will change the way our customers travel through the Wellington region.
In readiness for Transmission Gully, we’ll look to make some changes to key connections on the SH1 network.
We want to ensure that the new motorway provides the sough-after benefits and supports a safer and more efficient roading network.
We’ve identified that extending the third southbound lane from Transmission Gully on SH1 at Linden by approximately 600m will help improve the flow of southbound traffic, particularly during peak travel times.
To do this work, we need to assess any effects on neighbouring residents, the local community, and commuters and motorists and minimise and mitigate them as best we can.
|Design/Pre-lodgement phase (including assessment of effects)
|Pre-construction design phase (including site access work)
This proposed work is separate to the construction of the Transmission Gully motorway and will not delay the completion of the Transmission Gully PPP motorway project in 2020: www.tg.co.nz
We have broken this project down into four phases.