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Overnight motorway closures

21 November 2008

 

Overnight motorway closures

The NZ Transport Agency advises of the following closures for motorway improvements and maintenance. Closures start at 9pm and finish at 5am, unless otherwise stated. Work delayed by bad weather will be completed on or before the contingency date.

NORTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)

·         Northbound motorway lanes between Onewa Road off-ramp and Onewa Road on-ramp 23 – 25 November

·         Northcote Road southbound on-ramp 23 – 25 November


Contingency: 26 November

 

·         Southbound motorway lanes between Greville Road off-ramp and Upper Harbour Highway on-ramp 25 November

·         Northbound motorway lanes between Upper Harbour Highway off-ramp and Greville Road on-ramp 24 – 25 November


Contingency: 18 December

 

AUCKLAND HARBOUR BRIDGE (SH1)

·         Curran Street on-ramp and Auckland Harbour Bridge lanes one and two northbound 23 – 25 November (approx. 7pm – 5.30am)

 

SOUTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)

·         Takanini northbound on-ramp 23 – 25 November (10pm – 5.30am)

 

Contingency: 30 November

 

·         Razorback Road northbound on-ramp 23 November

 

Contingency: 11 December

 

CENTRAL MOTORWAY JUNCTION (SH1)

·         Southbound motorway lanes between Fanshawe Street off-ramp and Hobson Street on-ramp 23 November (9.30pm – 5am)

 

Contingency: 24 November

 

·         Port to SH16 link westbound 24 – 25 November

·         Port to SH1 link northbound 24 – 25 November

 

STATE HIGHWAY 16 AND 18

·         All lanes between Royal Road, Oreil Avenue and Don Buck Road 23 – 25 November

 

Contingency: 11 December

 

SOUTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH20)

·         Rimu Road northbound on-ramp 23 – 25 November

·         Mahunga Drive southbound off-ramp 23 – 25 November

·         Queenstown Road northbound off-ramp 23 – 25 November

 

Contingency: 26 November

 

LOCAL ROADS

·         Mahunga Drive/Rimu Road westbound between Miro Road and Coronation Road

      23 – 25 November

·         Mahunga Drive/Rimu Road eastbound between Coronation Road and Rimu Road on-ramp 23 – 25 November

Contingency: 26 November

Please follow signposted detours. The NZTA thanks you for your co-operation during these essential improvements.

ENDS

 
 

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