Roadworks for Tyndall Road, traffic lights out on Peel St
Construction season on local roads hits full
swing in the city next week, with both resealing and asphalt
upgrades taking place.
Resealing repair work –
expect up to 5 minutes delay.
Monday 25 November
– Herschell Road and Carnarvon Street.
November – Cobden Street and Ormond
Asphalt upgrades – significant delays,
take alternative routes where possible.
28 and Friday 29 November – Intersection of Anzac, Kahutia
and Carnarvon Streets.
Saturday 30 November –
Intersection of Rutene and Tyndall Roads.
and Owen Road roundabout closed on Monday 2 and Tuesday 3
A detour will be in place through
Herschell Road as asphalt works take place on the
Peel Street/Reads Quay traffic lights
out for up to a week
Traffic lights at the Peel
Street/Reads Quay intersection will be out for up to a week
after an incident involving a truck caused significant
damage to the lights.
We apologise for any inconvenience
caused by these works. All work is weather dependent and
this programme may change. See the Council roadinfo page
for further updates - www.gdc.govt.nz.
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