Check out the video below for a bird’s eye view of the latest works underway for this impressive structure.
During the Christmas holidays an important project milestone was achieved, with the successful installation of a section of steel bridge girders over the North Island Main Trunk railway line for the new Kenepuru connector road. Once complete, this new road will provide access for local residents on and off the new Transmission Gully motorway.
This animated video shows how the Cannons Creek bridge will be constructed and launched over the gully.
Green fingered residents of the local community turned out in support of a community planting day held on Sunday 29 October at Lanes Flat, Pauatahanui.
This timelapse video shows the installation of four large ‘super t’ concrete beams for a section of the new Collins Avenue bridge.
This animated video shows the Transmission Gully motorway route.
This animated video shows the Transmission Gully motorway route from Mackays Crossing, through the Wainui Saddle where some of the biggest earth cuts and fills will take place.
This animated video shows the construction sequence for how the new motorway route will be built through the Wainui Saddle.
Innovative work is happening at the northern end of the Transmission Gully motorway project to shift sections of Te Puka Stream sideways and up to 20 metres above its current position to allow for the new motorway route.
This animated video shows the State Highway 58 Interchange section of the Transmission Gully motorway project.
This animated video shows the James Cook Interchange section of the Transmission Gully motorway project.
This animated video shows the Kenepuru Interchange, where the Transmission Gully motorway route merges with State Highway 1 in the south, near Tawa.