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Roading Projects

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This page contains information about the key roading projects that Council has planned for the district.
Updated: 11/09/2017 9:08 a.m.

The list of proposed projects is an indicator of the work which is planned during the next five to ten years.

Priorities may change and detailed information about each project will be added as the projects are confirmed.

Kensington Roading and Intersection Upgrades - Mill Road, Nixon Street, Kamo Road and Kensington Avenue

Intersection upgrades to improve traffic flow. 

Stage 1 will begin in February 2015 and focus on the Mill Road / Nixon Street intersection.

Stage 2 of the project will look at Kensington Avenue / Kamo Road intersection and widening of Nixon Street - with final completion in 2016.

To see further information, follow the link below.

Kamo Road Village Pavement Rehabilitation - Between Hailes Road and Butler Place

Reconstuction of Kamo Road pavement between Hailes Road and Butler Place.

To see further information, follow the link below.

Hatea River crossing

Completed in July 2013. To see further information, follow the link below.

Riverside Drive

Creating a 4-lane road for Riverside Drive and Onerahi Road in Whangarei. Planned for 2014 - 2016.

Walton Street

Creating a 4-lane road along Walton Street in Whangarei. Planned for 2016 - 2019.

Onerahi Road

Intersection improvements on Onerahi Road at the Onerahi shops. Planned for 2011 - 2014.

Ruakaka and Marsden Point

A number of projects have been identified to cope with the projected increase in traffic in this area.

  • McEwan Road upgrade. Planned in two stages, 2011 - 2012 and 2017 - 2018.
  • McCathie Road upgrade. Planned for 2017 - 2018.
  • Marsden Point Road upgrade. Planned for 2016 - 2019.

The Marsden Point and Ruakaka Structure Plan outlines roading needs for this area in more depth.

For further information, follow the link below.

New footpath construction

Funding allocated for new footpath construction in the district and continuing streetscape upgrade programmes in Kamo and Onerahi.

For information about scheduled roadworks in the District, follow the link below.

Contact us

If you would like further information about these projects, contact any of our Customer Service centres.



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