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Worries of businesses hit cycleway

Worries of businesses hit cycleway

Dunedin's multimillion-dollar cycleway plans have hit a speed bump after opposition from a group of businesses forced part of the new network to be put on hold.

Culvert repair work nearly finished

Culvert repair work nearly finished

Work to replace a flood-damaged culvert that closed a section of State Highway 1 near Waipahi earlier this month should be finished by tomorrow.

Highway speed limits lowered

Four serious crashes - including two involving fatalities - on Southern roads late last month has prompted a reminder to motorists.

Foreign-driver crash-rate concern

Drivers with foreign licences have been involved in more than 6000 fatal and injury crashes on New Zealand roads in the past decade.

ORC says proposed bus rules unworkable

ORC says proposed bus rules unworkable

New Zealand Transport Agency's latest procedures and rules, if adopted, will go against what the Otago Regional Council believes is good for Otago's public transport system.

Coroner sees gap in law

Coroner sees gap in law

The New Zealand Transport Agency will review recommendations from Otago-Southland Coroner David Crerar, who is calling for tighter regulations for overseas drivers in New Zealand.

Motorists adapting to bollards on SH1 in city

Motorists adapting to bollards on SH1 in city

Motorists are adapting well to changes along State Highway 1 through central Dunedin.

Pre-1900 reservoir buried beneath new highway

Pre-1900 reservoir buried beneath new highway

A piece of Dunedin's history lies buried under the city's latest highway development.

Truck entry resolution

Dunedin City Council transport and New Zealand Transport Agency staff are satisfied trucks will be stopped from entering Dunedin's Cadbury factory site from Anzac Ave after discussions with the company.

Hopes for bus contracts

Hopes for bus contracts

The Otago Regional Council is a step closer to retaining new public bus service contracts, following Labour Party support for an amendment to proposed legislation.

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