The NZ Transport Agency says everyone has a role to play in keeping people safe on our roads this Waitangi Weekend. “Please be smart and plan ahead if you’re heading away,” says Journey Manager Lee Wright.
The NZ Transport Agency’s project team are returning to the design table after a reassessment of costs for the final stage of its shared cycling and pedestrian pathway between Dunedin and Port Chalmers indicated the budget would be exceeded.
The NZ Transport Agency is advising drivers that delays are likely for travel on SH73 at Mingha Bluff, with a detour in place from tomorrow (January 15) while roadworks and other repairs are carried out.
The NZ Transport Agency is urging drivers to respect temporary speed limit reductions in place while urgent repairs are carried out on damaged guardrails at three different sites on Southland state highways.