NZTA

Frustrating fight for 30kmh limit

Frustrating fight for 30kmh limit

Careys Bay resident Kristine Nicolau is frustrated that the fight to have a permanent 30kmh speed restriction in the Port Chalmers main street has still not been won.

Intersection problems mounting

Intersection problems mounting

Some drivers are facing ''grave difficulties'' in using a major Mosgiel intersection at peak times, a community representative, Bill Feather, warns.

Bridges being strengthened to take heavier loads

Bridges being strengthened to take heavier loads

The New Zealand Transport Agency has $1.6 million worth of bridge strengthening work under way, or about to, on highways in Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes district.

Business case delayed

A business case being prepared for new separated cycleways along Dunedin's one-way streets is now expected to be made public within two months, the New Zealand Transport Agency says.

Concerns prompt action over intersection

Concerns prompt action over intersection

A Dunedin intersection which the owner of a nearby business says is unsafe is about get some attention.

NZTA deadlines loom

Looming deadlines for New Zealand Transport Agency funding assistance are pressing the Dunedin City Council to identify its transportation project priorities before considering other budget priorities.

Roading cash cut 'bitter pill'

Roading cash cut 'bitter pill'

A multimillion-dollar cut to New Zealand Transport Agency funding for Dunedin roading projects is a ''bitter pill to swallow'', and could have implications for work programmes across the city, Dunedin City Council staff say.

NZTA says buses better with ORC

The New Zealand Transport Agency has called for the Otago Regional Council to hold on to Dunedin's bus system for the next two years.

Contract changes cost $145K; no rates impact

Extensions to public bus contracts due to changes in the Land Transport Act are costing the Otago Regional Council an extra $145,000.

Roads needed, no matter the fuel: NZTA head

New Zealand's roading network will continue to play an essential part in transportation, no matter what lies in store for the world's oil supply, the head of the New Zealand Transport Agency says.

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