TRAFFIC UPDATES: Roads across the north island have been impacted by recent weather events. We’ll provide updates on our Journey Planner website as information becomes available. View our traffic map for road closures and delays(external link)
SCAM ALERTS: Report a phishing scam or learn about the latest phishing emails
CONTACT CENTRE WAIT TIMES: Our Contact Centre is currently experiencing significant wait times. View frequently asked questions
ONLINE TRANSACTIONS: We are experiencing issues with credit and debit card transactions on our website. We are working with the payment provider to resolve this as soon as we can.
REGO AND RUC LABEL ERROR: There was a postage error with labels purchased on the 15 August 2022. Find out more
ROAD USER CHARGES (RUC) DISCOUNT: Find out more about the temporary RUC reduction scheme
ONLINE SERVICES: We are currently experiencing issues with all our online services at the moment. We are working to resolve the services as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
COVID-19 SERVICES UPDATE: Information on Waka Kotahi services, extensions and more
ONLINE SERVICES: We currently have an issue with receiving some payments and are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.
EASTER WEEKEND – PLAN AHEAD: Heading away for the long weekend? Check our holiday journeys tool(external link)
SCAM ALERTS: Refund email and Vehicle licence (rego) renewal phishing emails
CONTACT CENTRE PHONE LINES: Our Contact Centre phone lines are currently unavailable. View frequently asked questions
The extraordinary effort taken to build this unique road includes the following key facts.
Preconstruction history and a timeline of the construction milestones over the years.
Design and construction of the new motorway includes establishing sites, bulk earthworks and drainage, structures, pavement and commissioning.
The Transmission Gully project is leading the way in the use of innovative technology from protecting workers to launching a bridge over a gully.
Te Ara a Toa (Bridge 20) is one of the project’s most significant structures. Learn more about how it was constructed and ‘launched’ over Cannons Creek.
Understanding the technology behind Transmission Gully’s road surfaces – digging deeper into pavement
View project newsletters and updates detailing the progress and highlights of the construction of the Transmission Gully motorway.