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The community is a big part of our project. With 27 kilometres to cover, we’re committed to keeping our neighbours updated and we’re always out and about talking to people about what we’re doing in their area.
The Transmission Gully motorway mobile visitor centre provides Wellingtonians with a glimpse into the construction of the new 27 kilometre motorway that is taking shape to the north of the city.
Transmission Gully touches many communities along its route and we try to get involved where we can, particularly with schools.
The Transmission Gully project team were proud to be involved in the 2017 IPENZ Week of Engineering.
Green fingered residents of the local community turned out in support of a community planting day held on Sunday 29 October 2017 at Lanes Flat, Pāuatahanui.
We’re so grateful to our iwi partners Ngāti Toa for gifting names to some of the key structures on the road as well as creating a beautiful art wall along SH1 near Linden.
Keeping our neighbours and the wider community updated through our quarterly newsletters and regular letter drops and information flyers to residents about localised works happening in their area.