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Short delays next week State Highway 88, Dunedin

Short delays Dunedin’s State Highway 88, 27 and 28 March – allow extra travel time

The NZ Transport Agency advises Dunedin road users to expect short delays when travelling on State Highway 88 next week.

Contractors will be carrying out investigative works on the road shoulder, between the Finch Street intersection and Huia Street, from 9am until 3pm on Tuesday, 27 March and Wednesday, 28 March.

During the work, the east-bound lane will be closed, and stop/go traffic management and a 30km/h speed restriction will be in place.

Traffic will be monitored to minimise delays however drivers are urged to allow an extra few minutes travel time.

Ways to find out what is happening on the highway network:

• NZ Transport Agency's travel and traffic page www.journeys.nzta.govt.nz/traffic

• Follow the Transport Agency – South Island Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/nztasouthisland/

• Call 0800 4 HIGHWAYS 0800 44 44 49


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