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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.

Councils weigh up NZTA review

Councils weigh up NZTA review

A review of how government funding for roads is distributed could have ''reasonable implications for this district'' Central Otago District Council roading committee deputy chairman Barry Becker says.

NZTA seeks $77,000 costs

More than $70,000 has been sought by the New Zealand Transport Agency for costs associated with nine road crashes in Otago and Southland last year.

Nevis Bluff situation clarified

The air has been cleared between Central Otago Mayor Tony Lepper and the New Zealand Transport Agency after a meeting yesterday at which the state of Nevis Bluff was explained.

Council concerns for road funding

Council concerns for road funding

There are fears Dunedin could lose out to Auckland as a result of proposed changes to the way the New Zealand Transport Agency allocates funding for roading projects.

'Slippery' road led to crash

'Slippery' road led to crash

The slippery surface of a worn South Otago road ''let down'' a female Dunedin motorist and contributed to her death, Otago-Southland coroner David Crerar says.

Bill could solve ORC's contract legality problem

Bill could solve ORC's contract legality problem

The Otago Regional Council's problems with its new public bus service contracts may be solved by legislation being drafted by the Labour Party.

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