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Akoranga Drive - temporary closure

Transit Regional Office

3 January 2005

Akoranga Drive - west to east connection - temporary closure

The west to east connection from Akoranga Drive to Esmonde Road will be temporarily closed from tomorrow (Wednesday 4 January) until the end of January to allow for the construction of a new intersection between Akoranga Drive and Esmonde Road.

During the closure, the eastbound lanes of Akoranga Drive will also be reconstructed.

Detour signs will redirect traffic to Northcote Road. The existing off-ramp to Akoranga Drive and access from Akoranga Drive to Warehouse Way will be unaffected.

For further information on the Northern Busway Project, visit www.busway.co.nz or call the helpline on 0800 325 545. Also see www.maxx.co.nz for bus routes and timetables.

The roadworks will continue until Monday 30 January 2006. Transit apologises in advance for any inconvenience caused and thanks motorists for your cooperation.


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