New Bark Sweep Off Areas Opening From Monday 14 March
As a further update on Stage 1 of our Log Yard roading and layout changes, we are pleased to confirm that the two new bark sweep off areas will be opening from Monday 14 March.
New jersey barriers for F Area have now been installed and further works are scheduled to take place over the weekend to finalise block placement alongside the new bark sweep off areas. New bark sweep off and roundabout signs are also being installed today.
New Bark Sweep Off Areas
Main Log Yards
From Monday, trucks exiting the main log yards will need to access the new bark sweep off area as indicated by the red arrow in the image below.
From Monday, trucks exiting F Area will need to access the new bark sweep off area as indicated by the red arrows in the two images below.
7 Shed Central Unchaining Area
As an additional reminder, our new Central Unchaining Area is still only operating with three lanes open. The other two lanes will open in due course.
The road re-alignment as shown in the image below will be taking place over the weekend with a line marker scheduled to paint this new roadway.
Important Note: There may be some final changes being completed early next week, so please be patient and stay safe when navigating this area of the port.
In the meantime if you have any questions or concerns about the above information, please contact me on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 06 833 4404.
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