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Current roadworks

Below is a list of the major road works happening in our district.

Last updated: 28 January 2023, 5.10pm.

Status of roads affected by floods and slips - January 28

  • HWY22, Naike
    28 January - Closed until further notice at Awaroa River due to debris and flooding
  • Murray Road, Tuakau
    28 January - Closed until further notice due to a slip.
  • Tuakau Bridge-Port Waikato Road
    Open to emergency vehicles only but down to one lane in various places - due to slips, debris and flooding - and unstable ground.
  • Wairamarama-Onewhero Road
    28 January - Down to one lane due to washout, 30kmh speed limit at No. 74-95
  • Cambrae Road, Raglan
    Small section closed, slip cleared but road section still undermined
  • Phillips Road, near Raglan
    Down to one lane due to large slip
  • Mission Track , Pukekawa
    Down to one lane due to slip
  • Te Papatapu Road, near Raglan
    Down to one lane due to slip and tree on road
  • Bothwell Road, Waikaretu
    Down to one lane due to slip, only 4x4 access
  • Old Mountain Road, Waitetuna
    Closed due to fallen tree
  • River Road, Tuakau
    Down to one lane near the old quarry due to slip
  • Masters Road, Waiuku
    Down to one lane due to slip

Road closures coming up

  • Main Street, Huntly
    Full road closure from 8pm to 5am on Wednesday 1 February and Thursday 2 February to replace pedestrian crossings and surface maintenance work.
  • Tainui Bridge Road, Huntly
    Bridge closed from 10am to 4pm Sunday 12 February for support repairs.
  • Murray Road, Pukekawa
    Road closed from 9am to 6pm for Murray Rd Hillclimb event on 19 February.
  • SH23 between Glentui Lane and Cogswell Road
  • Road closed for up to 10 nights from 12 February on Sunday to Thursday nights between 9pm and 5am for resurfacing work. Vehicles will be allowed through the worksite at 11pm and 2am. Work led by Waka Kotahi.

Other major works and events

  • Orini Road (east of Orini township to Proctor Road)
    Pavement rehabilitation, surfacing etc, happening now, stop/go traffic management in place, until end of January.
  • Manu Bay, Raglan
    Tainui Games Surfing Competition on 28 January, expect some minor disruption.