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Off and on-ramps closed at Constellation Drive

Auckland Regional Office

3 January 2005

Off and on-ramps closed at Constellation Drive

Roadworks begin tomorrow (Wednesday 4 January) on Constellation Drive as part of the Transpower cable upgrade on the North Shore. The works will continue until Tuesday 24 January.

During the works the following will be closed to motorists:

. the right turn from the northbound motorway off-ramp into Constellation Drive,
. the right turn from Constellation Drive onto the northbound motorway on-ramp between 4 - 14 January. The left turn to the on ramp will be maintained during this period.
. the northbound on-ramp to the motorway (SH1) and all associated movements between 14 - 24 January.

There will also be restrictions to through traffic lanes, with one lane in each direction maintained on both Constellation and Upper Harbour Drives.

Motorists wanting to access the motorway northbound during this period, are asked to follow detour signs and use alternative routes where possible.

Visit www.busway.co.nz , call the helpline on 0800 325 545 or for alternative travel options and timetables, see www.maxx.co.nz .

Transit apologises for any inconvenience and thanks you in advance for your cooperation.


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