Highway authority Transit has suggested permanently closing off a dangerous intersection at East Taieri.
An "Otta" sealing programme will begin on some unsealed roads in Queenstown this week, costing the Queenstown Lakes District Council $210,000 per year, but expected to prove cost-effective in future.
Negotiations over land needed for the realignment of State Highway 88 past the Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin are "fairly close" to completion, Dunedin City Council property manager Robert Clark says.
Part of McDonald Rd, one of the main roads to Woodside, near Outram, reopened yesterday after being closed for about five days when a sizeable cavity was found, threatening the stability of the road.
The need for a fair rating system has been impressed upon the Waitaki District Council by North Otago's farming community.
A Riccarton Rd, East Taieri, resident believes the timing of reports on upgrading the road means there is not time to make submissions on the issue to the Dunedin City Council.
The company that has won the contract to design and construct improvements to Dunedin's Caversham highway plans to start work on site this time next year.
The $1.1 million contract to resurface and improve safety on Centennial Ave, Alexandra, has been let to Fulton Hogan.
The Clutha District Council has awarded new road-maintenance contracts to Fulton Hogan Ltd.
The future of heavy traffic routes through Mosgiel, the subject of heated debate for at least a decade, will be reviewed after estimated costs more than doubled.
The first phase of a long-term project to widen the road from Aramoana to Port Chalmers is due to begin shortly, with the first contract package awarded recently.
Improving safety and transport efficiency were two key reasons behind the New Zealand Transport Agency and Queenstown Lakes District Council's plans to upgrade part of State Highway 6 at Frankton.
Residents likely to be affected by the Caversham Valley highway redevelopment want the Dunedin City Council to help them get a better deal.
One of the country's most important new roads has been given the go ahead and is likely to be finished within five years.
Preliminary work to realign State Highway 88 to allow for the Awatea St stadium in Dunedin is set to start this year, after Dunedin city councillors voted to include $1.6 million for the project in the city's budget.
Repairs to Skippers road after slips and washouts during winter have cost the Queenstown Lakes District Council $193,000.
Oamaru man Graeme Clark has urged the Waitaki District Council to consider all possibilities to retain and maintain the coastal road from Oamaru to the Waianakarua River mouth, saying it is not just a road but an "experience".
Roadworkers will soon help Dunedin's southern gateway lose its bottleneck after officials yesterday confirmed they had the money to widen it.