SH2 closure between Kauri Point Road and Woodland Road
SH2 closure between Kauri Point Road and Woodland
The NZ Transport Agency advises that SH2, between
Kauri Point Road and Woodland Road north of Katikati, will
be closed from 9:30am for approximately one hour. This is to
allow for the removal of a truck that crashed earlier this
Specialist equipment, including a crane,
will be brought in for the removal. Guardrail barrier
repairs will take place over the next week.
Motorists are advised to expect delays and to drive with
care while the traffic management is in place.
Transport Agency thanks motorists for their patience while
this work is carried out.
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