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Rosebank Road on-ramp closure delayed

Rosebank Road on-ramp closure delayed – other SH16 works to go ahead as planned

A closure and diversion due to take place on the citybound on-ramp at Rosebank Road on the Northwestern Motorway (SH16) this weekend (September 25) have been delayed due to weather.

The Rosebank Road on-ramp will remain open throughout this weekend and a diversion which would have meant motorists were unable to enter the citybound motorway from the Rosebank Road on-ramp will also be delayed by a week.

Other road works around the Great North Road-Waterview Interchange and the St Lukes Road Interchange will go ahead as planned.

St Lukes Road Interchange

The citybound Western Springs off-ramp will be closed from 8pm Friday 25 September until 5am Monday 28 September so work can be done to rebuild and widen the existing off-ramp. Citybound traffic will need to exit the motorway at either the Waterview/Great North Rd off-ramp or the Newton Road off-ramp

Great North Road Interchange

A new layout will come into use next Monday (28 September) at the west-bound exit of the interchange, which takes traffic on to Great North Road and to Pt Chevalier. The off-ramp itself remains open, but the existing 200 metre-long exit lane approaching it will be closed. Traffic wanting to use the off-ramp will have to exit from the current westbound motorway lanes.

For the most up to date information on road closures visit our website www.nzta.govt.nz or for highway information www.highwayinfo.govt.nz and freephone 0800 444 449
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