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CMJ traffic bulletin: Sat 23 until Thur 28 April

Transit New Zealand

Auckland Regional Office

21 April 2005

CMJ traffic bulletin: Saturday 23 April until Thursday 28 April

Transit New Zealand would like to advise motorists of proposed closures for work on the Central Motorway Junction upgrade over the next week.

CMJ Stage 2

Full motorway closures:

Tuesday 26 until Thursday 28 April - CLOSED - overnight from 9pm until 6am the following morning:

. Southern Motorway (SH1) southbound between Cook St off-ramp and Hobson St on-ramp

. Southern Motorway (SH1) northbound between Nelson St off-ramp and Wellington Street on-ramp

Ramp and link closures:

Tuesday 26 until Thursday 28 April - CLOSED - overnight from 9pm until 6am the following morning:

. Southern Motorway to Northwestern Motorway (SH1 to SH16 westbound) link

. Port to Northwestern Motorway (SH16 westbound) link

. Southern Motorway (SH1) citybound to Nelson St off-ramp

. Hobson St on-ramp westbound to the Northwestern Motorway (SH16)

. Northwestern Motorway (SH16) to Nelson St off-ramp citybound

. Northwestern Motorway to Port (SH16) port-bound link

. Northwestern Motorway to the Southern Motorway (SH16 to SH1) southbound link

. Northwestern Motorway (SH16) to Newton Rd off-ramp (citybound)

. Western Springs on-ramp eastbound to the Northwestern Motorway (SH16)

Tuesday 26 until Thursday 28 April - CLOSED - overnight from 8pm until 6am the following morning:

. Southern Motorway (SH1) northbound Gillies Avenue on-ramp

Note: That on the nights that the Northwestern Motorway (SH16) to Newton Rd off-ramp is closed the Northwestern Motorway (SH16) to Nelson St off-ramp will remain open and vice versa.

During these times motorists are requested to follow the signposted detours while the closures are in operation.

Transit New Zealand regrets any inconvenience caused.

In the event of inclement weather, the closures will be postponed to the next fine evening.

The CMJ Project

Stage 1 of Transit's Central Motorway Junction upgrade project, completed in January 2005, covers the section of motorway between the Upper Queen St over-bridge and Gillies Ave on- and off-ramps.

Phone 0800 ToFreeflow (0800 863 733).

Stage 2 of Transit's Central Motorway Junction upgrade project extends from Bond St on the Northwestern Motorway (SH16) to the interface with CMJ Stage 1 near Symonds St and from Cook St on the Southern Motorway (SH1) to Symonds St.

Project information centre: 13-19 Howe St, Freeman's Bay, Monday to Friday

9.00am - 4.30pm, Saturday 10:00am - 12:00pm and the first Sunday of each month 10:00am - 12:00pm.

Phone 0800 CMJ Core (0800 265 2673).

Transit New Zealand Regional Manager (acting) Richard Hancy tel. (09) 368 2000.

Visit www.transit.govt.nz for more information.

ENDS

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