NZTA

DCC mulls Frederick St development

DCC mulls Frederick St development

A multi-storey development housing parking and businesses is being considered for the Dunedin City Council-owned Frederick St car park site.

District council costs to rise

The district council share of road costs will increase in Otago, once the New Zealand Transport Agency changes the way it sets rates for funding assistance.

Confusing markings to be monitored

Confusing markings to be monitored

The New Zealand Transport Agency is keeping an eye on a section of Cumberland St, in Dunedin, where old lane markings mix with the new, potentially confusing motorists.

NZTA acts to avert disruption

The New Zealand Transport Agency is changing its procedures to avoid a repeat of last week's major disruption to State Highway 88 traffic in Dunedin.

NZTA, DCC working on delays

NZTA, DCC working on delays

Delays at two busy Mosgiel sets of traffic lights have prompted the New Zealand Transport Association and council to act.

1780 submissions made on cycling lanes

1780 submissions made on cycling lanes

With three days remaining before submissions close, the New Zealand Transport Agency has already received 1780 responses to its proposals for separated cycle lanes through central Dunedin.

Speed limit cut for cruise-ship visits

The New Zealand Transport Agency has approved a request to reduce the speed limit in George St, Port Chalmers, during the peak of the cruise-ship season.

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.

Syndicate content