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CMJ traffic bulletin - 22 January 2004

Auckland Regional Office

22 January 2004

CMJ traffic bulletin

Work is continuing on Stage 1 of Transit New Zealand’s Central Motorway Junction Project. There are ongoing closures of motorway lanes and ramps affecting motorists.

- Full motorway night closure - Southern Motorway north and southbound between Symonds Street and Gillies Ave – 1am – 3amThursday 29 January.
Detour for SH1 northbound traffic: Leave the motorway at Khyber Pass off-ramp and re-enter at Wellington St on-ramp.
Detour for SH1 southbound traffic: Leave the motorway at Cook St off-ramp and re-enter at Khyber Pass on-ramp.

- Weekend closure of Port and Wellesley St off-ramp – 8pm Friday 30 January to 6am Monday 2 February.

- CLOSED - from 8pm until 6am each night, Tuesday 27 January through to Thursday 29 January:
- Symonds Street on-ramp
- Gillies Ave on-ramp
- Port and Wellesley Street off-ramp
- Northwestern- Southern Motorway link (SH16 – SH1 link)

- CLOSED - from 8pm Wednesday 28 until 6am Thursday 29 January:
- Hobson Street on-ramp
- Grafton Rd / Port on-ramp

- CLOSED - from 8pm until 6am Tuesday 27 and Thursday 28 January:
- Kyhber Pass on and off-ramps

There will also be ongoing north and southbound lane closures at night on the Southern Motorway between the Gillies Avenue on and off-ramps and the Symonds Street over-bridge until 2005.

Please choose alternative on- and off-ramps during these times. Motorists are advised that there could be delays.

The CMJ Project

Stage 1 of Transit’s Central Motorway Junction upgrade project covers the section of motorway between the Upper Queen Street over-bridge and Gillies Avenue on- and off-ramps and is scheduled for completion in 2005.

Project information centre: corner of Stanley Street and Alten Road, Grafton, 8.30am – 5.30pm, weekdays.

Phone 0800 ToFreeflow (0800 863 733) or www.transit.govt.nz

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