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Transit Traffic Bulletin: Auckland Regional Office

TRAFFIC BULLETIN

TRANSIT NEW ZEALAND AUCKLANDREGIONAL OFFICE

28 March 2008
TRAFFIC BULLETIN: SATURDAY 29 MARCH – FRIDAY 4 APRIL 08

Transit New Zealandadvises motorists of next week’s proposed closures for work on State Highway 1.

FULL MOTORWAY CLOSURE
Sunday 30 March - Thursday 3 April
SH1 southbound closed 10pm – 5ambetween Northcote Rdsouthbound off-ramp and Onewa Rdsouthbound on-ramp for bridge works.
• Northcote Rdsouthbound on-ramp will also be closed
• Diversion via Northcote Rd, Lake Rdand Onewa Rdsouthbound on-ramp

RAMP CLOSURES
CONSTELLATION DR
Sunday 30 March - Tuesday 1 April(contingency 2 and 3 April)
• Constellation Dr southbound on-ramp closed 10pm - 5amfor chip sealing
• Diversion via Tristram Avesouthbound on-ramp

TRISTRAM AVE
Sunday 30 March - Tuesday 1 April(contingency 2 and 3 April)
Tristram Avesouthbound off-ramp closed 10pm – 5amfor chip sealing.
• Diversion via Northcote Rdsouthbound off-ramp

ONEWA RD
Sunday 30 March - Tuesday 1 April(contingency 2 and 3 April)
Onewa Rdnorthbound on-ramp closed 10pm – 5amfor drainage works.
• Diversion via Northcote Rdnorthbound on-ramp

The above include contingency dates and diversion routes, which are subject to change. Work planned for adjacent junctions will be reviewed daily to ensure that no two consecutive overbridges or interchanges are closed at the same time, and the correct diversions are in place.

Road users are requested to use the signposted detours whilst the closures are in operation.

Transit New Zealandapologises for any inconvenience caused.

ENDS


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