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SH1 Northbound from Mill Rd to Ramarama Rd Closed

SH1 Northbound Motorway Lanes from Mill Rd on-Ramp to Ramarama Off-Ramp - Closed - Overnight on Both Nights from 9pm Until 5am, to Allow for Resurfacing Work:

Auckland Regional Office

31 May 2006

traffic bulletin: Wednesday 31 May and Thursday 1 June

Transit New Zealand advises motorists of proposed closures on State Highway One (SH1) for resurfacing work.

Wednesday 31 May and Thursday 1 June
SH1 NORTHBOUND MOTORWAY LANES FROM MILL RD ON-RAMP TO RAMARAMA OFF-RAMP - CLOSED - overnight on both nights from 9pm until 5am, to allow for resurfacing work:

Motorists heading north are requested to drive with caution and follow the signposted detour along Great South Rd

The closures will not take place until the evening traffic flow has decreased sufficiently

Transit New Zealand regrets any inconvenience caused.

Transit New Zealand Network Operations Manager, Joseph Flanagan (09) 368 2000.


ENDS

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