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Busway traffic bulletin: Sat 1 April to Fri 7

Auckland Regional Office

30 March 2006

Busway traffic bulletin: Saturday 1 April to Friday 7 April

Transit New Zealand advises motorists of proposed closures for work on the Northern Busway and Esmonde Interchange upgrade over the next week (weather permitting).

Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 April – CLOSED – during the day and overnight from 6am on Saturday until 6pm on Sunday for relocation of a pylon:
- Northcote Rd on-ramp (SH1 southbound)

Sunday 2 to Thursday 6 April – CLOSED – overnight from 9pm until 5am the following morning to allow for ducting and paving works:
- Northcote Rd off-ramp (SH1 southbound)

Tuesday 4 April – CLOSED – overnight from 10pm until 5am Wednesday for barrier placement:
- Tristram Ave off-ramp (SH1 southbound)
- However if unforeseen circumstances prevent work at this time, work will be carried out on 5 April and 6 April 2006.

Monday 3 April – CLOSED – overnight from 9pm until 5am on Tuesday for surveying:
- Esmonde Rd eastbound between Barry’s Point Rd and Burns Ave
- Esmonde Rd westbound between Lake Rd and Barry’s Point Rd

Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April – CLOSED – overnight from 9pm until 5am the following morning for surveying and set-out:
- Northcote Rd on-ramp (SH1 southbound)
- Northcote Rd westbound between Taharoto Rd and the SH1 northbound off-ramp

Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April – CLOSED – overnight from 9pm until 5am the following morning for surveying and set-out:
- Northcote Rd eastbound between the SH1 northbound on-ramp and Taharoto Rd

Road users are requested to follow the signposted detours while the closures are in operation.

Transit New Zealand regrets any inconvenience caused.

Transit New Zealand Northern Busway Project Director Clive Fuhr (09) 486 0054
Visit www.busway.co.nz or www.transit.govt.nz for more information._


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