Construction starts on new bri...

04 September 2018

Marking the start of construction on the new bridge over the Opaoa River in Blenheim, the NZ Transport Agency is holding a special sod-turning and blessing event this afternoon. Ne...

SH57 safety improvements underway

28 August 2018

The NZ Transport Agency is making good progress on work to help prevent deaths and serious injuries on State Highway 57 between State Highway 1 and Levin.

Locals urged to plan journeys ...

24 August 2018

Tairawhiti Roads will begin work on Monday on the Gladstone Road Bridge shared walking and cycling path, and is advising motorists and cyclists to allow for extra time for their jo...

Strengthening work to begin on...

24 August 2018

The NZ Transport Agency is undertaking strengthening work on Fairlies Bridge, four kilometres north of Te Puia Springs.

Road users asked to complete s...

23 August 2018

The NZ Transport Agency is asking people who use State Highway 29 over the Kaimai Range to complete a survey to give feedback on the Weather Activated Variable Speed Limit signs.

Call for hi-tech ideas to make...

21 August 2018

The NZ Transport Agency is looking to unleash the potential of technology to create a more accessible and inclusive transport system.

Looking twice at train tracks ...

14 August 2018

Look right, look left, look for trains. That’s the message NZ Police and the NZ Transport Agency are supporting this Rail Safety Week, and it could save your life.

Design work starts on new Ahau...

14 August 2018

The awarding of the design contract marks an important step toward a new two-lane bridge across the Ahaura River on State Highway 7 between Greymouth and Springs Junction, says NZ ...

NZ Transport Agency issues saf...

14 August 2018

The NZ Transport Agency has issued a safety alert requiring heavy vehicle owners and operators to urgently check towing connections certified by suspended heavy vehicle certifier Richard ‘Dick’ Joyce.

NZTA announces an upgrade for ...

10 August 2018

The NZ Transport Agency has announced it will upgrade the entire surface of the Peka Peka to Otaki (PP2O) Expressway from chip seal to Open-Graded Porous Asphalt (OGPA).