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Auckland Motorways Traffic Bulletin


Auckland Motorways Traffic Bulletin

25 January 2013

NZ Transport Agency – Auckland Motorways

OVERNIGHT MOTORWAY CLOSURES

27 January – 1 February 2013

The NZ Transport Agency advises of the following closures for motorway improvements. Closures start at 9pm and finish at 5am, unless otherwise stated. Work delayed by bad weather will be completed at the next available date, prior to Friday, 01 February.

NORTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)

· Northbound lanes between Upper Harbour Highway off ramp and Greville Road on ramp 30 - 31 January

· Upper Harbour Highway northbound on ramp 30 January

· Onewa Road northbound off ramp 29 - 30 January

· Onewa Road southbound off ramp 28 January (approx. 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

SOUTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)

· St Marks Road southbound on ramp 28 - 31 January (approx. 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m. 28 January)

· Gillies Avenue southbound off ramp 28 - 30 January (approx. 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m. 28 January)

· Ellerslie Panmure Highway southbound off ramp 29 January

· Mt Wellington Highway southbound on ramp 31 January

· Hill Road northbound on ramp 29 January

NORTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH16)

· St Lukes Road westbound off ramp 29 - 30 January

· Westbound lanes between Te Atatu Road off ramp and Lincoln Road on ramp 29 - 31 January

· Te Atatu Road westbound on ramp 29 - 31 January

SOUTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH20)

· Neilson Street southbound on ramp 30 January

· Maioro Street southbound on ramp 29 January

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