NZTA

Longer opening hours for road

Longer opening hours for road

The New Zealand Transport Agency has listened to communities affected by the Diana Falls slip and will extend the opening hours through the Haast Pass from today.

Public submissions invited over cycling lane proposals

Public submissions invited over cycling lane proposals

A proposal to install separated lanes for cyclists on parts of the State Highway 1 network through Dunedin will be open for public opinion this week.

Communications upgrade at slip site

Communications upgrade at slip site

The New Zealand Transport Agency is trying to establish better communications between road users and crews working on the problematic slip on State Highway 6 near the Haast Pass.

AA upset it was not consulted over lane

AA upset it was not consulted over lane

AA Otago has grave concerns about a separated cycle lane on State Highway 1 through central Dunedin and is disappointed at a lack on involvement in developing the proposal.

Heavy snow hampers NZTA efforts to clear highway

Heavy snow hampers NZTA efforts to clear highway

Unpredicted snow at Milford has hampered efforts by the New Zealand Transport Agency to reopen State Highway 94 from the Lower Hollyford turnoff to Milford Sound.

Haast, Milford roads being reassessed

Haast, Milford roads being reassessed

Two major South Island tourist routes which remained closed yesterday due to slips and avalanches, will be reassessed by the New Zealand Transport Agency today.

New Balclutha speed limits from Monday

New speed limits will be in place on State Highway 1 north and south of Balclutha from Monday.

Road now open round the clock

The Milford road from the Homer Tunnel to Milford Sound is now open around the clock again, the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) says.

Red-light runners rack up $160,000 in fines

Red-light runners rack up $160,000 in fines

Southern red-light runners have clocked up more than $160,000 in infringement fines in just 12 months.

Transport proposal

A more collaborative approach to public transport is needed if Dunedin is to solve its future roading problems, the Otago Regional Council says.

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