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SCIRT traffic update, weekend starting 21 February, 2014

SCIRT traffic update, weekend starting 21 February, 2014

Brougham St, Sydenham, night and weekend work starts
If you are travelling through Sydenham on Brougham St this weekend, be prepared to slow down.

• Work starts Friday night, 6 pm, 21 February and runs through to 6 am Monday, 24 February.
• From Hawdon St east, Brougham will be down to one lane, reopening to two lanes at the intersection with Gasson/Burlington Streets.
• This is the beginning of two months of infrastructure piping and road repairs by SCIRT’s Fulton Hogan team on Brougham St and intersecting streets from Antigua/ Strickland Streets to beyond Waltham Road.

Timing – weekends and nights
Work on Brougham Street will be done over the weekends, Friday night to Monday 6am and also night shifts, 7pm to 6am, Sunday through to Friday.

Montreal and Orbell Streets – daytime work to come
Work will take place during the day with Montreal St reduced to one lane and a detour in place for Orbell St.

• Fulton Hogan will keep businesses up to date during the work.
• If you would like to receive regular updates, email rebuildinfo@fultonhogan.com with ‘Brougham’ in the subject line.

Read the work notice for this weekend’s first stage. http://strongerchristchurch.govt.nz/work/activity/4358
Overview work notice for more details. http://strongerchristchurch.govt.nz/work/activity/4339


Charlesworth St onto Ferry Road:
From Saturday 22 February, there will be no right hand turn onto Ferry Road off Charlesworth St. See work notice update for details. http://strongerchristchurch.govt.nz/work/activity/4379


Ellerslie Flower Show, Wed 26 February – Sunday 2 March, Hagley Park
• Park Terrace is one-way, southbound only from Kilmore to Armagh St.
• Best routes are on www.ellerslieflowershow.co.nz under “Plan Your Visit.” This is the driving map link : http://www.ellerslieflowershow.co.nz/pdf/Ellerslie-Travel-Map.pdf
• Harper Ave (through Hagley Park from Bealey Ave towards Fendalton Road ) is a main way into the North Hagley Park parking area.
• SCIRT work notice showing directions on Park Terrace. http://strongerchristchurch.govt.nz/work/activity/4357

Festival of Flowers and Chinese New Year Lantern Festival on the Avon River/ Otakaro in the central city – best way to get to these events: http://www.transportforchristchurch.govt.nz/hagley-park-events-2223-february-travel-advisory/


Within the Four Aves
Barbadoes St – lane reductions at several intersections.
Durham St between St Asaph and Bath – lane reductions
Bealey Ave - one week lane drop east bound, past Southern Cross Hospital - Access to the Southern Cross Hospital will remain off Durham St North and Bealey Ave.


South-east side of the city
Ferry Road – traffic management is changing frequently in this area – check www.transportforchristchurch.govt.nz for updates.

TransportforChristchurch central city map update : http://www.transportforchristchurch.govt.nz/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Press-Map-Adobe-File-PDF-376x280-Traveller-Info-Press-ad-22nd-Feb1.pdf


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