Permanent repairs to SH1 Pohuehue Viaduct to start
Permanent repairs to SH1 Pohuehue Viaduct to get underway
The NZ Transport Agency will start work on
permanent repairs to the road surface on State Highway 1 at
Pohuehue Viaduct next week.
It’s the second stage
of work to resurface the passing lanes across the
The first stage involved improving
drainage, along with some temporary surface repairs.
The full width of the road will now be resurfaced during
the next three weeks. Most of the work will take place at
A 70km/h speed restriction is in place to
protect the safety of workers as well as the new road
surface which requires time to bed down.
Transport Agency would like to thank drivers for their
continued understanding and patience during this work.
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