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Overnight motorway closures







25 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.


·         Northbound motorway lanes between Onewa Road off-ramp and Onewa Road on-ramp 26 – 27 November


Contingency: 30 November



·         Curran Street on-ramp and Auckland Harbour Bridge lanes one and two northbound 26 – 27 November (approx. 7pm – 5.30am)



·         Highbrook Drive southbound off-ramp 26 November


Contingency: 2 December


·         State Highway 2 northbound off-ramp 26 November


Contingency: 11 December



·         Nelson Street northbound off-ramp 26 – 28 November (10.30pm – 5.30am)

·         SH1 to SH16 link northbound 26 – 28 November (10.30pm – 5.30am)

·         Northbound motorway lanes between Symonds Street/Port/Wellesley Street off-ramp and Wellington Street on-ramp 26 – 28 November    (10.30pm – 5.30am)


Contingency: 28 November  


·         Port to SH16 link westbound 25 – 26 November

·         Port to SH1 link northbound 25 – 26 November


Contingency: 11 December



·         All lanes between Royal Road, Oreil Avenue and Don Buck Road 26 – 27 November


Contingency: 11 December



·         Queenstown Road northbound off-ramp 26 – 29 November


 Contingency: 30 November 

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

For more information visit www.nzta.govt.nz or call 09 368 2000.


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