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Information about land use developments near or on the state highway network.
Limited-access roads are sections of the state highway that have restrictions on access. Find out how they could affect you.
If you are considering putting up an advertising sign or device alongside a state highway there are a number of factors to consider.
If you are considering putting general election signs that are located on or visible from the state highway, there are factors to consider.
The Planning policy manual sets out the NZ Transport Agency's policy and approach to integrated planning.
Complete this online form to apply for land use development near or on the state highway network.
Any other party who wishes to undertake an activity in the designation requires written consent from the Requiring Authority if the activity would prevent or hinder the designated work.