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Fanshawe Street road works

7 April 2006

Fanshawe Street road works

* From today, there will be no right hand turn from Fanshawe Street into Beaumont Street. This is a permanent measure to improve safety and help traffic flow better. Access to Westhaven and the surrounding area will be via Daldy or Halsey streets.

* From today, the pedestrian crossing on the western side of the Fanshawe and Beaumont street intersection is replaced with a crossing on the eastern side, and a new crossing has been installed between Beaumont and Daldy streets.

* A week of work upgrading traffic signals at the intersection of Beaumont and Fanshawe streets and at the intersection of Beaumont and Daldy streets finishes today.

* There will be some traffic signal shutdowns on Fanshawe Street while the remainder of the work is completed. Police pointsmen will be at these intersections during the scheduled shutdowns.

* These works are part of Auckland City's Fanshawe Street widening and bus lane project, which connects with the Northern Busway.


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