The New Zealand Transport Agency is warning road users to expect delays while repair work is carried out on the Balclutha bridge next week.
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.
Dunedin city council staff are to report back to councillors on progress on the installation of a hazards register on the council's website.
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.
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.
Traffic lights installed at the intersection of Frederick St, Anzac Ave and State Highway 88 in Dunedin may not be operating for another year.
Since the new give-way rules came into effect, give-way signs have been installed at six intersections around Central Otago.
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.
The email addresses of about 1000 customers whose credit cards supposedly failed have been mistakenly circulated by the Transport Agency.
The 124-year-old Beaumont bridge is one of several dilapidated river crossings on Otago's interior state highway network scheduled for replacement as part of a proposed regional transport funding programme.
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.
New "modern street furniture" bus shelters similar to those seen in Frankton Rd, Queenstown, will soon be installed on many Dunedin streets.
Restricted driver licensing tests have been booked out at all of Otago's venues, with learner drivers rushing to complete their practical assessment before the introduction of tougher criteria later this month.
The introduction of tougher practical driving tests for restricted licences in a bid to improve road safety for young novices behind the wheel has produced its first casualties - Mosgiel and Wanaka have been dropped as test venues.
Teenage drivers preparing for summer road trips are being advised to plan for safer journeys with the help of their parents.
Even before the fatal crash at the intersection of State Highways 6 and 8B at Cromwell on Thursday, the New Zealand Transport Agency was in the process of cutting the speed limit from 100kmh to 80kmh.
A new guide highlights many ways to make the roads safer for motorcyclists, but riders want authorities to start with some of the smaller and easier solutions to ensure change does take place.
A plea to prioritise a planned Kawarau Falls replacement bridge at Queenstown's State Highway 6 southern gateway appears to have fallen on deaf ears and the project has been ranked behind a replacement crossing for the 123-year-old Beaumont Bridge on SH8.