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Be prepared for night work on State Highway 2 near Whakamara



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3 March 2017 | WAIKATO & BAY OF PLENTY


Be prepared for night work on State Highway 2 near Whakamarama

The NZ Transport Agency says all road users should drive with extra care and be prepared to reduce their speed near Whakamarama from Sunday night.

Some repair work is being carried out on the road seal from 7.30pm until 4am from Sunday through toThursday night.

The Transport Agency says the site is busy and is on a bend with limited visibility, so all road users should take extra care and abide by all road signs.

Motorists can get real time information from:

• 0800 4 HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49)

www.nzta.govt.nz/traffic

For Waikato/Bay of Plenty updates visit:

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To see current travel times for the Bay of Plenty visit: http://www.drivelive.nz/

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