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Christchurch Flooding Update 11.30am: Road Condition Report


Update 11.30am: Road Condition Report

11.30am, 29 April 2014
Christchurch City Council is continuing to manage flood issues across the city and Banks Peninsula following the latest rain-storm.

ROAD CONDITION REPORT – 11.30am, 29 April
• Flockton Basin - All closed except for Aylesford Hills to Crosby Closed
• Edward - Barbadoes to Geraldine Closed
• Barbadoes - Warrington to Edward Closed
• Slater - Guild to Dudley Closed
• Barbadoes Closed
• Warrington to Edward - one way heading into town Signs
o River Road - Banks Ave to Medway Signs
• Westminster Flooding
o Corner Severn & 134 Westminster to Forfar Signs
• Severn Flooding
o Corner Dee & 38 Severn to Westminster Signs
• Bealey Flooding
o Churchill to Barbadoes - down to 2 lanes due to flooding. 302 Bealey to Fitzgerald
• Barbadoes 1 lane
o 646 Barbadoes to Edward
• Madras 1 lane
o No entry north bound from Edward
• Hills - Warden to Briggs Signs
• Akaroa - Int Hills Signs
• Emmett - Shirley to Jebson & Bellbrook to Orcades Closed
• Northwood - Main North to Northwood B Signs
• Francis - Warrington to Westminster Closed
• Dee - 49 - 69 Dee Signs
• Lower Styx - Spencerville - Brooklands Signs
• Heyders - Lower Styx to Spencer Park Signs
• Sawyers Arms - Johns - North of Logistics Signs
• Greys - Ryans to Ron Guthrey Closed
• Ethne - Innes to Norah Signs

[Earlier: Council managing overnight rainfall]

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