Otago Regional Council staff will start considering on Monday
submissions received on the draft $460 million Otago regional
land transport programme.
Dunedin police are waiting to see whether changed give way
rules will result in fewer intersection crashes, as intended.
A new national land transport programme which could
accelerate the construction of a two-lane replacement bridge
at Kawarau Falls in Queenstown is under consideration.
Dunedin city council staff are to report back to councillors
on progress on the installation of a hazards register on the
Traffic lights installed at the intersection of Frederick St,
Anzac Ave and State Highway 88 in Dunedin may not be
operating for another year.
The State Highway 88 realignment beside the Forsyth Barr
Stadium has passed a milestone after being given a new seal,
Dunedin City Council staff say.
Following several years of delays in the design process,
preliminary work on Wanaka's much anticipated
Ardmore-Brownston Sts roundabout is likely to begin in the
next two weeks.
Since the new give-way rules came into effect, give-way signs
have been installed at six intersections around Central
The email addresses of about 1000 customers whose credit
cards supposedly failed have been mistakenly circulated by
the Transport Agency.
An additional $12.8 million worth of transport projects has
been added to a funding wish-list being co-ordinated by
members of the Otago Regional Council's transport committee.
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