One lane on south side of SH1 ...

17 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency advises that a northbound lane on the south side of State Highway 1 over the Brynderwyn Hills has been closed due to issues with the retaining wall.

Safety barrier gates South Wes...

17 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency will be installing permanent highway safety barrier gates at two places on State Highway 6 in South Westland in August: at the north end of Fox Glacier town...

Safer speeds for Northland roads

16 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency is asking people what they think about the speed limits on three stretches of state highway in Northland as it strives to make the roads safer for everyone who uses them.

Independent report on NZTA’s f...

10 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency has published the findings of an independent investigation into the management, governance and functioning of the agency’s former Connected Journey Solutions (CJS) business group.

NZTA publishes updated account...

08 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency has published two key accountability documents – an amendment to its Statement of Intent 2018-22, and the Statement of Performance Expectations 2019/20, whi...

SH2 Waimana Gorge to remain closed

08 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency is advising that SH2 through the Waimana Gorge will remain closed as contractors continue working to clear a significant slip that occurred last Thursday.

Luggate Red Bridge on SH8A reo...

04 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency’s Aspiring Highways team is in the final stages of completing six weeks of maintenance and safety works on the Luggate Red Bridge, State Highway 8A.

Overnight roadworks for safety...

04 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency advises there will be overnight works on State Highway 1 north of Warkworth, starting this Sunday.

Preferred alliance selected to...

02 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency has decided on a preferred alliance to deliver Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatu Tararua Highway project.

Let driving distract you from the phone

01 July 2019

The NZ Transport Agency has launched a new safety campaign encouraging Kiwis to enjoy a break from the constant demands of their mobile phones by switching them off while driving.