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Transport projects tweaked after input

Some minor tweaking by the Otago Regional Transport Committee on the region's next three-year land transport programme has resulted from public submissions.

Six-year plan projected

Improvements to public transport in Otago will be considered in the development of a six-year regional public transport plan.

Highway maintenance funds reduced

Highway maintenance funds reduced

Otago will receive about $3.6 million less from the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) than initially planned for maintenance and operations of state highways in the next three years.

Work on bridge

The New Zealand Transport Agency is warning road users to expect delays while repair work is carried out on the Balclutha bridge next week.

Road safety focus of most transport submissions

Otago Regional Council staff will start considering on Monday submissions received on the draft $460 million Otago regional land transport programme.

Give way rule change goes smoothly

Dunedin police are waiting to see whether changed give way rules will result in fewer intersection crashes, as intended.

Collaboration mooted for bridge plan

Collaboration mooted for bridge plan

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.

DCC hazards register progressing

Dunedin city council staff are to report back to councillors on progress on the installation of a hazards register on the council's website.

Anzac Ave traffic lights in limbo for another year

Anzac Ave traffic lights in limbo for another year

Traffic lights installed at the intersection of Frederick St, Anzac Ave and State Highway 88 in Dunedin may not be operating for another year.

New road gets top coat for winter

New road gets top coat for winter

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.

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