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Major safety upgrades to SH1 and a new rail link to Northport.
Ten projects focusing on road safety, public transport, walking and cycling.
Waikato and Bay of Plenty package
Two projects improving safety, accessibility and travel choices.
Six projects supporting growth, upgrading rail, improving safety and resilience.
Six projects improving safety, providing greater travel choice and supporting economic growth.
Three public transport projects helping to better connect the region.
Thirteen state highway projects addressing resilience, congestion, accessibility and safety issues. Cost $88.2m
Jobs and economic benefits
The upgrade programme is helping to stimulate the economy through its $8.7 billion investment in infrastructure.
Advice to ministers and other documents used to assist the Government, as well as other NZ Upgrade Programme documents proactively released under the Official Information.