Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises the southbound lane of State Highway 1 between Rangiriri and Ōhinewai will be closed overnight from this Sunday 12 December, between 7pm and 7am, for up to five nights, weather permitting.
UPDATE Friday 3 December: Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises night works on the western (Waikato) side of State Highway 29 Kaimai Range have been completed and no further partial closures are required. The essential maintenance work to repair sections of the road was completed ahead of schedule thanks to good weather and favourable conditions on site. Waka Kotahi would like to thank drivers for their patience during these works.
Tararua residents and visitors can now ‘drive the highway’ from the comfort of the Woodville Community Library. Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatū Tararua Highway project has installed a driving simulator at the library in Woodville on Vogel Street to enable people to experience what the new highway will be like.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises chipsealing works will continue on the Eastern Bay of Plenty network next week on State Highway 30 in the Rotorua District and tree maintenance works will also take place on State Highway 2 in Pikowai, in the Whakatāne district.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is asking motorists to plan ahead and expect considerable delays for the upcoming repair and sealing works at the Rotorua to Hamilton slip lane at the State Highway 5/State Highway 36 roundabout in Ngongotahā next week.
The first stage of crucial safety improvements to State Highway 1 (SH1) between Ōtaki and Levin will be completed ahead of the summer holidays, with the implementation of a safer road layout through Kuku beginning next week.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is reminding motorists that multiple worksites are active on State Highway 30/Te Ngae Road, between Sala Street and Iles Road, in Rotorua next week, as part of the Eastern Corridor project.
Road users on State Highway 1 at Five Mile Bay, just south of Taupō, will soon notice new wide centrelines as part of Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency safety improvements in and around the Taupō region.