Closure of Auckland’s Curran St On-ramp
20 November 2012
Closure of Auckland’s Curran St
The NZ Transport Agency advises drivers that
lanes 1 and 2 on the Auckland Harbour Bridge, State Highway
1 (SH1), and the Curran St on-ramp, northbound, will be
closed tonight (20 November) for urgent repair work.
work will be carried out between 10pm and 5am.
NZTA will have detours in place via Westhaven Drive and
Fanshawe St, and drivers are asked to follow the signposted
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