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Hearing set for bridge NZTA to put case for change

Hearing set for bridge NZTA to put case for change

The New Zealand Transport Agency's (NZTA) application to change the designation for a new $20 million two-lane bridge on State Highway 6, between Kelvin Heights and Frankton, will be heard over three days next month.

Vans, utes in fatal crashes

Vans and utility vehicles are involved in about 15% of all fatal crashes in Otago and Southland, despite making up just 12% of the vehicle fleet.

Traffic snarls badly at one-way bridge

Traffic snarls badly at one-way bridge

The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) is considering whether to manually control traffic on the Kawarau Bridge as hundreds more vehicles are expected in and out of Queenstown around New Year's Eve.

Cycling review details withheld

Cycling review details withheld The New Zealand Transport Agency won't disclose details of its review of the one-way state highway systems through Dunedin or an estimated completion date.

NZTA to audit tender processes for bus services

All tender processes run by the Otago Regional Council for public bus services will be audited by the New Zealand Transport Agency, which is concerned about the council's maximum bus age and emission standards.

DCC pushes for urgent action on cycling

DCC pushes for urgent action on cycling

Dunedin City Council chief executive Paul Orders is writing to the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) asking it to urgently address the issue of safety for cyclists on Dunedin's one-way state highway system.

South's main roads notably safer

Motorists face less risk on Otago and Southland state highway roads than elsewhere in the country, a study of the 11,000km national network shows.

Two standards for bus tenders

When the Otago Regional Council next calls for tenders for public bus services, it will give operators the chance to bid to two different standards.

New lights praised by school

New lights praised by school

The installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Great King St (State Highway 1) and Howe St has been welcomed by Dunedin's George St Normal School.

No funding to change one-ways

No funding to change one-ways

A plan to rearrange the one-way street network in Dunedin - and help breathe new life into the city's heritage warehouses - has been dealt a blow by the New Zealand Transport Agency.

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