Safer speeds, infrastructure p...

26 July 2021

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is proposing new safer speed limits for State Highway 2 between Masterton and Featherston.

Green light for SH3 safety improvements

23 July 2021

Improvements at four high-risk intersections as part of safety improvements on SH3 between Waitara and Bell Block have been given the green light with an additional $53 million in funding.

Public feedback sought for SH1...

16 July 2021

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is seeking public feedback in and around Ōtaki and Levin about proposed safety improvements and current speed limits on State Highway 1.

Safety improvements to begin o...

16 July 2021

Ground investigations and surveying are about to get underway on State Highway 3 between New Plymouth and Egmont Village as part of safety improvements from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.

The New Zealand Transport Agen...

09 July 2021

The New Zealand Transport Agency is pushing ahead with the consenting process for Stage 1B1 of the Papakura to Drury South project, part of the New Zealand Upgrade Programme.

Former Waka Kotahi heavy vehic...

01 July 2021

A former heavy vehicle specialist certifier working for Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has been found to have acted negligently following an investigation by Engineering New Zealand.

RTF hits back at speed managem...

01 July 2021

The Road Transport Forum is opposing a rule change by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency that excludes RTF from having a say on speed management on New Zealand roads.

SH1 Ashburton River/Hakatere B...

25 June 2021

The New Zealand Transport Agency has smoothed the dip in the Ashburton River/Hakatere Bridge deck along SH1, enabling the bridge speed to go back to 50kph, its usual posted speed limit.

Queen’s Birthday weekend roading update

04 June 2021

With the Queen’s Birthday long weekend ahead, the New Zealand Transport Agency urges drivers to stay safe and plan ahead, particularly if they are driving long distances in freezing, windy or wet conditions.

Update on Ashburton bridge for...

03 June 2021

Two days after the Ashburton River/Hakatere Bridge was closed due a slump at one pier, the bridge has opened to more vehicles this morning (3 June), including 50MAX and high productivity permitted motor vehicles (HPMV).