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New bridge in planning queue: Construction unlikely before 2016

New bridge in planning queue: Construction unlikely before 2016

Replacing the one-lane Kawarau Falls bridge with a new two-lane structure is unlikely to begin before 2016 at the earliest, the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) says.

Realignment at Waitati deferred

Realignment at Waitati deferred

The project to realign the Waitati curve is on hold because of lack of funding, New Zealand Transport Agency regional manager (Southern) for planning and investment Bruce Richards said in a roading projects update to yesterday's Otago Regional Council transport committee.

Working on the highway

Working on the highway

Contractors continue their work this week to expand the Caversham motorway, Dunedin, into four lanes.

Online car buyers beware: NZTA

Online car buyers beware: NZTA

The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) is warning people to be careful when buying cars through auction websites after dealing with increasing numbers of complaints from disgruntled buyers.

Dean backs call for new bridges

Anger and frustration being felt by the Hakataramea and Kurow communities over closure of the twin bridges across the Waitaki River is also being felt by Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean who yesterday backed fast-tracking new bridges.

Agitation for new bridges

Agitation for new bridges

Hakataramea and Kurow residents are running out of patience.

Houses to make way for motorway

Houses to make way for motorway

Dunedin's Rugby World Cup spruce-up could include the removal of 25 homes and some tenants might be required to leave.

Claim bus driver purposely braked and caused injury

Claim bus driver purposely braked and caused injury

The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) is investigating Queenstown woman Clare Holden's claims she sustained serious facial injuries after a Connectabus bus driver braked sharply on the evening of January 21.

Cycleway uncertainty remains

Cycleway uncertainty remains

Funding for the Otago Peninsula cycleway remains under a cloud, despite confirmation the New Zealand Transport Agency will contribute fully to the next stage of the $35.5 million project.

Questions over cycleway funding

Questions over cycleway funding

Future funding for the Otago Peninsula cycleway is up in the air, with New Zealand Transport Agency staff deciding today whether to continue full financial support for the latest step in the project.

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