Local Govt | National News Video | Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Search

 


14 Jan 2014 NZ Transport Agency – Motorway Closures Updated

14 January 2014 | NZ Transport Agency – Auckland Motorways

Updated - OVERNIGHT MOTORWAY CLOSURES

12 January – 18 January 2014

The 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, 17th January.

For daily updated closure information click here

NORTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)

• Upper Harbour Highway northbound on ramp, 12, 13 & 16 January

• Northbound lanes between Tristram Avenue off ramp and Upper Harbour Highway on ramp, 14 January (approx 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

• Tristram Avenue northbound on ramp, 14 January (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

CENTRAL MOTORWAY JUNCTION (SH1 & SH16)

•          Northbound lanes between Nelson Street off ramp and Fanshawe Street on ramp, 14 January (approx 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

•          Wellington Street northbound on ramp, 14 January

•          SH16 eastbound to SH1 northbound link, 14 January

•          SH16 Port westbound to SH1 southbound link, 14 January

•          SH16 eastbound to SH1 southbound link, 16 January

•          SH16 eastbound to SH16 (port) link, 16 January

•          Symonds Street southbound on ramp, 14 January

SOUTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)

•          Bombay southbound on ramp 14 January

•          Southbound lanes between Redoubt Road off ramp and Takanini on ramp 15 January (approx11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

•          Redoubt Road southbound on ramp 15 January

NORTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH16)

• Western Springs eastbound off ramp, 17 January (approx 8:00p.m. to 1:00a.m.)

• Eastbound lanes between Great North Road off ramp and Great North Road on ramp, 13 January (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

• Westbound lanes between Great North Road off ramp and Great North Road on ramp, 14 January (approx 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

• Eastbound lanes between Lincoln Road off ramp and Te Atatu Road on ramp, 12 & 15 - 16 January

• Westbound lanes between Lincoln Road off ramp and Brigham Creek Road roundabout, 14 January

• Lincoln Road eastbound off ramp, 13 January

• Lincoln Road eastbound on ramp, 12, 14 & 15 - 16 January

• Lincoln Road westbound on ramp, 14 January

• Royal Road eastbound on ramp, 14 January

• Hobsonville Road eastbound on ramp, 14 January

• Eastbound lanes between Brigham Creek Road roundabout and Te Atatu Road on ramp, 14 January

UPPER HARBOUR HIGHWAY (SH18)

• SH18 westbound to SH16 eastbound link, 14 January

SOUTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH20)

• Dominion Road northbound on ramp, 14 January

• Northbound lanes between Dominion Road off ramp and Maioro Street, 14 January

• Southbound lanes between Maioro Street and Dominion Road on ramp, 15 January

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

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

Open Source // Open Society - Full Coverage

Gordon Campbell:
On The Reserve Bank And Auckland Housing

The ‘crisis – what crisis?’ response by the government to the Auckland housing price bubble is no longer acceptable.

So says Reserve Bank governor Grant Spencer – who used unusually frank language in his speech and subsequent interviews yesterday to call for a capital gains tax, and to generally chastise central and local government for their inaction on a threat to the country’s economic health and financial stability.

That threat has been real for some time. The housing price bubble has already created a currency bubble... Undaunted, the government keeps calling this situation a success story. More>>

 

PARLIAMENT TODAY:

Bangladesh: GCSB Dragging NZ Into Human Rights Abuses

The New Zealand government should stop providing intelligence assistance to Bangladeshi security agencies that are known to systematically engage in human rights abuses, said the Green Party today. More>>

ALSO:

Troops Heading To Iraq: Government Must Come Clean On Deployment

New Zealanders deserve more than to hear about their troops’ deployment overseas from Australian media, Opposition Leader Andrew Little says. “News from Australia that Kiwi troops are on their way to Iraq this week is another example of the culture of secrecy and unknown protections around the deployment.” More>>

ALSO:

Image: Strikers And Protestors Join Outside McDonald's

A group of protestors took to McDonald’s Manners St today as a part of the international fast food workers day of action to end zero hour contracts. More>>

ALSO:

Greens: Special Education Funds Not Spent

More than $32 million of funding for children with special needs has not been spent by the Government, despite families of children with special needs complaining for years that they’ve been denied the support they deserve. More>>

ALSO:

John Key: Pre-Budget Speech To Business NZ

So this Government will remain relentlessly focused on improving the competitiveness of our economy... We will continue to give businesses a platform to invest, grow and create jobs in the knowledge they will be backed by a clear and consistent government policy programme. More>>

ALSO:

Multimedia: Andrew Little’s Response To John Key’s Pre-Budget Address

Labour Party leader Andrew Little spoke today on John Key’s pre-budget address this afternoon in Wellington. Little said National has had seven years to achieve a surplus and Kiwis have “fufilled their end of the bargain.” More>>

Surplus Baggage: Key Backs Off ‘Artificial Target’

John Key’s attempt to redefine his cornerstone promise of two election campaigns as an artificial target suggests his other promises are works of fiction, says Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson. More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On UE Pass Rates And University Dropout Rates

Houston, there is clearly a problem with (a) the plunge in pass rates for University Entrance qualifications, which has been especially steep among Maori students and also a problem with (b) the failure rates for Maori students among those who reach university... Unfortunately the two problems seem related. More>>

Get More From Scoop

 

LATEST HEADLINES

 
 
 
 
 
More RSS  RSS
 
 
 
 
Regional
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news