NCC Traffic Management Plan in place for SH50 Ahuriri Bypass roundabout from today
Please be aware that Napier City Council (NCC) is putting a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) in place on SH50 Ahuriri Bypass roundabout, around the ‘Iron Pot’ area of Ahuriri directly beside Jull Wharf.
Speed limits will be reduced to 20km/h but will be flowing in both directions with no other disruptions to normal traffic movements. NCC have advised that delays should be limited to 15 seconds.
Jull wharf has reached the end of its life and needs to be removed. Preparatory work will start today, Monday 1 May, to ensure the site and equipment is ready to go and the safety of the public is prioritised. Traffic Management Plans will be in place and the timeline for the works is approximately 12 weeks.
What you can do to help
Please inform your workers, contractors or third parties (for example, transport operators and truck drivers you work with) about these works and the minimal delays expected. We appreciate that drivers should not be detouring through the community to avoid this intersection.
Thank you for your assistance and please be considerate when driving through the TMP area.
Further information is available on the NCC project page here.
If you have any questions please contact the Napier City Council directly: telephone +64 6 835 7579 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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