Papaiti Road slip
Open to light traffic only
Roading programme for June 2017
Flood event clean up June 2015
Three heavy machinery trucks are working on the flowing flood damaged roads in our district, including:
Whanganui River Road, Somme Parade (Cumbrae Street to Roberts Avenue), Mangamahu Road, Rapanui Road, Brunswick Road, Kauangaroa Road.
Work on bridge abutments will be undertaken on Bridge 49 (Heao Road), Bridge 11
(Koatanui Road), Bridge 62 (Matthews Road),
Major culvert outlet protection Bridge 93 (Kainui Road)
Urban shared pathway construction
Whanganui City Bridge to North Mole: Karoro Road to Gilberd Street (along the top of the stopbank)
Te Tuaiwi shared pathway: Dublin Street (St Hill Street to Nelson Street) and St. Hill Street (Dublin Street to Ingestre Street)
Pavement maintenance: Whanganui River Road, Mangamahu Road, Rangitatau East Road, Kauangaroa Road, No 3 Line, Koatanui Road
Unsealed road grading: Rangitatau East Road, Aha Ahu Valley Road and areas of Okoia
Pavement renewal: Rangitikei Street/Kitchener Street intersection and Eastown Road (Wilkie Street to Benefield Street)
Kerb and channel renewal: Liverpool Street (Keith Street to Harrison Street) and Willis Street (Anzac Parade to Ikitara Road)
Footpath renewal: Liverpool Street (Keith Street to Harrison Street), Parsons Street (Great North Road to Tregarth Street)
Pavement reinstatement: Liverpool Street (Keith Street to Harrison Street) and Willis Street (Anzac Parade to Ikitara Road)
City to North Mole – work on shared Pathway
The next stage of work on the City to North Mole Shared Pathway began on Wednesday, 3 May 2017.
Because of the upgrade to a three-metre wide sealed path/boardwalk, the existing pathway from Balgownie Avenue (behind AFFCO) to Gilberd Street, near Q-West, is expected to be closed until the end of June this year.
Users of the pathway can use the detour provided via Heads Road.
Road closure - Willis Street
The westbound lane of Willis Street will be closed between lkitara Road and Anzac Parade until 30 June 2017, between 7.00am and 6.00pm daily. Please follow the detour signs.
Temporary traffic lights - Somme Parade
Temporary traffic signals are in place on Somme Parade between Cumbrae Place and Roberts Avenue while repairs are carried out on the dropout which happened during the June 2015 weather event. Works are expected to be completed by the end of June 2017. We thank motorists for their patience at the traffic lights and remind people to take care when travelling through worksites.