Update for Port Users: 7 Shed Central Unchain Area to open for all C3 trucks
We have had a successful first couple of weeks operating the new Central Unchain Area at the 7 Shed triangle. Thank you to everyone for their patience and support. We would now like to increase the number of trucks that are using this unchain area, and will be opening up for all C3 trucks from Monday 22 November. Please take the time to review the new traffic management plans below, which were shared earlier this month.
Traffic Management Plans
7 SHED ROADWAY
From Monday 22 November, all C3 logging trucks will use the new Central Unchain Area at the 7 Shed triangle to unchain their loads safely. Entering the port, the trucks will follow the yellow arrow down to 1 Wharf and turn into the unchain area, as pictured below.
Logging trucks will cross the 7 Shed Roadway in order to enter the unchain bays (yellow arrows), as pictured below. These trucks should pull forward and unchain at the front of the bays. Drivers should take care when re-joining the main road after unchaining.
Other vehicles operate in this area, so please note that right turning logging trucks will have right of way into the unchain area.
As a further update, the 1 Wharf resealing works is progressing well and is due to be completed next month. If you have any questions or concerns about the above information, please contact me on email email@example.com or phone 06 833 4404.
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