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Busway traffic bulletin: 16 Sep to 22 Sep 2006

Transit New Zealand
Auckland Regional Office
15 September 2006

Busway traffic bulletin: Saturday 16 September to Friday 22 September

Transit New Zealand advises motorists of next week's proposed closures for work on State Highway 1 for Northern Busway construction (weather permitting).

Sunday 17 & Monday 18 September
TRISTRAM AVE
Southbound on-ramp from Tristram Ave to SH1 - CLOSED - overnight from 9pm until 5am the following morning for barrier placement.
* Motorists are advised to follow the diversion via Northcote Rd on-ramp.

Sunday 17 September
ONEWA RD
Southbound on-ramp from Onewa Rd to SH1 - CLOSED - overnight from 10pm until 5am the following morning for pavement construction.
* Motorists are advised to follow the diversion via Northcote Rd on-ramp.
* If unforeseen circumstances prevent work at the above time, the closure will be on 18 or 19 September.

Sunday 17 September
ONEWA RD
Northbound on-ramp from Onewa Rd to SH1 - CLOSED - overnight from 10pm until 5am the following morning for pavement construction.
* Motorists are advised to follow the diversion via Northcote Rd on-ramp.
* If unforeseen circumstances prevent work at the above time, the closure will be on 18 or 19 September.

Sunday 17 September
ESMONDE RD
Esmonde Rd eastbound between Barrys Point Rd and Burns Ave - CLOSED - from 9pm until 5am the following morning for work on Shoal Bay Bridge.
* As part of this closure, the left hand turn from Barrys Point Rd to Esmonde Rd will also be closed at this time.
* Motorists are advised to follow the diversion via Barrys Point Rd to Burns Ave & Esmonde Rd.
* If unforeseen circumstances prevent work at the above time, the closure will be on 18 September.

Wednesday 20 & Thursday 21 September
ESMONDE RD
Southbound on-ramp from Esmonde Rd to SH1 - CLOSED - overnight from 9pm until 5am the following morning for lighting column relocation.
* Motorists are advised to follow the diversion via Northcote Rd on-ramp.

Transit New Zealand apologises for any inconvenience caused.

ENDS

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