Christchurch's Northern Corridor opening postponed due to weather

Photo: Supplied
Photo: Supplied
Plans for a partial opening of Christchurch's newest motorway have been shelved this morning due to the weather.

The 10km Northern Corridor from the edge of the city through to the Waimakariri Bridge has taken four years to complete.

One lane in each direction was due to open from this morning.

The plan was for a reduced number of vehicles to bed in the freshly laid chip seal, ahead of all for lanes being opened in two weeks.

However rain due to fall on the city this morning has scuppered those plans.

The soft re-opening will go ahead tomorrow, depending on the weather.

 

drivesouth-pow-generic-1_0.png

 

 

Advertisement

postanote_header_620_x_80.png

postanote_620_x_25.jpg

Local trusted journalism matters - now more than ever

As the Covid-19 pandemic brings the world into uncharted waters, Star Media journalists and photographers continue to report local stories that matter everyday - yours.

For more than 152 years our journalists have provided Cantabrians with local news that can be trusted. It’s more important now than ever to keep Cantabrians connected.

As our advertising has fallen during the pandemic, support from you our reader is crucial.

You can help us continue to provide local news you can trust simply by becoming a supporter.

Become a Supporter