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Update on Roading Conditions No 5 (2pm)

Update on Roading Conditions No 5 (2pm)

Monday, 26 April 2010

Drivers are being urged to be aware and careful on southern roads as surface flooding and high river levels are causing problems.

NOTE: The Blackmount Redcliff Road has been reopened from the Key through to Weir Road as it is the only way to and from Te Anau at the moment.

Roads that are closed or affected by flooding around the Southland District today are:

ROAD CLOSURES

Council Road Makarewa CLOSED
Winton - Lora Gorge Road CLOSED
Garston Area - Nokomai Road and Cainard Road CLOSED
Kakapo Road from Dales Road - Water across bridge - CLOSED
Waikouro Wairio Road CLOSED
Dipton South Hillend Road CLOSED (between Hundred Line East Road and Benmore Road)
Te Anau - Golf Course Road CLOSED
Te Anau - Upukerora Road CLOSED
Te Anau - Ramparts Road CLOSED (from the Te Anau Mossburn Highway to Mt York Road)


FLOODING

Fleming Road - Preparing for possible closure
Wreys Bush Mossburn Road - There is flooding across both lanes of Wreys Bush Mossburn Road from the Aparima River Bridge to Rapid 2432, the road is passable.
Anderson Road, Kauana - Water flowing across Anderson Rd, Kauana, by Kuana Dairies, where the tanker track meets the road, on the western side.
Norman Road, Winton - Flooding across Norman Rd near this address.
Main Street, Otautau - Road is flooded on north side of Cnr of Main and Lieman St, Otautau. Dangerous for cars turning off Main St onto Lieman St.
Tussock Creek Springhills Road - Flooding across road at Tussock Creek/Springhills Rd.
Crampton Road, Opio - There is flooding in four places on this road where the water is right across the road.
Hedgehope Area - surrounding land flooded, likely roads will be flooding in the next couple of hours.
Mandeville Area - surrounding land flooded, likely roads will be flooding in the next couple of hours.
Tanner & Hokonui School Rd area - Flooding in low areas across road (Still passable at this stage)
Taramoa Area - Surface flooding - rain easing (road still passable)

For details on State Highways please contact Opus.

Further updates will be made as details come in.


ENDS

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