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Overnight Motorway Closures: 16 February – 22 February 2014

Overnight Motorway Closures: 16 February – 22 February 2014

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, 21 February. Please note this Traffic Bulletin is updated every Friday.

For daily updated closure information click here

NORTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)
• Greville Road northbound off ramp, 16 - 20 February
• Northbound lanes between Upper Harbour Highway off ramp and Greville Road on ramp, 16 - 20 February
• Upper Harbour Highway northbound on ramp, 16 - 20 February
• Curran Street northbound on ramp, 16 February (approx 8:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)

SH16 PORT
• Wellesley Street eastbound off ramp, 19 - 20 February

SOUTHERN MOTORWAY (SH1)
• Greenlane southbound on ramp, 16 - 18 February (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)
• Northbound lanes between Ellerslie-Panmure Highway off ramp and Greenlane on ramp, 18 February (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)
• Southbound lanes between Greenlane off ramp and Ellerslie-Panmure Highway on ramp, 16 - 18 February (approx 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)
• Tecoma Street southbound off ramp, 18 February
• Tecoma Street southbound on ramp, 16 - 18 February
• Ellerslie-Panmure Highway northbound on ramp, 18 February
• Mt Wellington Highway northbound off ramp, 18 - 20 February
• Mt Wellington Highway southbound on ramp, 17 - 18 February

NORTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH16)
• Eastbound lanes between Brigham Creek Road roundabout off ramp and Lincoln Road on ramp, 17 February
• Hobsonville Road eastbound on ramp, 17 February
• Royal Road eastbound on ramp, 17 February
• Eastbound lanes between Lincoln Road off ramp and Te Atatu Road on ramp, 16 February
• Lincoln Road eastbound off ramp, 18 - 20 February
• Lincoln Road eastbound on ramp, 16 February
• Te Atatu Road eastbound off ramp, 17 February
• Eastbound lanes between Te Atatu Road off ramp and Rosebank Road on ramp, 19 February
• Westbound lanes between Rosebank Road off ramp and Patiki Road on ramp, 18 - 17 February
• Patiki Road westbound on ramp, 16 February

UPPER HARBOUR MOTORWAY (SH18)
• SH18 westbound to SH16 eastbound link, 17 February

SOUTHWESTERN MOTORWAY (SH20)
• Southbound lanes between Maioro Street and Dominion Road, 18 - 19 February (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)
• Northbound lanes between Dominion Road off ramp and Maioro Street on ramp, 17 February (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)
• Dominion Road northbound on ramp, 17 February (approx 10:00p.m. to 5:00a.m.)
• Neilson Street southbound on ramp, 19 February
• Rimu Road northbound on ramp, 19 February
• Puhinui Road northbound on ramp, 19 - 20 February
• Puhinui Road southbound off ramp, 20 February

PUHINUI ROAD (SH20B)
• Eastbound lanes between the Airport roundabout and Puhinui Road northbound on ramp, 19 - 20 February

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

For more information visit www.aucklandmotorways.com or call 09 5200 200.

For more information please visit www.nzta.govt.nz

ENDS

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