State Highway 2A Takitimu Drive overbridge joint repairs
State Highway 2A Takitimu Drive overbridge joint
Motorists are advised that delays can be
expected from today for up to three weeks as work to repair
the joints on the SH2A Takitimu Drive overbridge gets
The works will take place during the day
and at night, and will involve weekend work. The NZ
Transport Agency says the road will remain open, but will be
reduced to a single lane in each direction. The work is
expected to be completed by 9 June.
advised to drive with care and to expect delays whilst
traffic management is in place. The Transport Agency wishes
to thank drivers for their patience, while these works are
To find out more about these works
please go to
or phone the Transport Agency's 0800 4 HIGHWAYS.
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