The NZ Transport Agency and Auckland Transport are aiming to speed up bus movements on Auckland’s busiest motorway, by creating a continuous bus lane using the motorway shoulder usually reserved for emergency vehicles.
Following a wide range of feedback about the preferred design of the balustrade on the Orakei Basin section of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Shared Path, the NZ Transport Agency is asking for further public input.
The NZ Transport Agency has released plans for short-term safety improvements to SH1 Cambridge to Piarere, SH2 Pokeno to Mangatarata and SH29 Piarere to Tauriko, as well as planning for future upgrades.
The NZ Transport Agency is advising motorists that road resurfacing works planned for State Highway 2 High Street at the southern end of Masterton starting next week will be postponed due to a forecast of more rain.
NZ Transport Agency Chief Executive Fergus Gammie says the circumstances which saw a Warrant of Fitness (WoF) issued to an unsafe vehicle which was subsequently involved in a fatal crash are totally unacceptable.