Roads

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Temporary Closure of Various Road to Vehicular Traffic

Intention to Close Road to Vehicular Traffic -ANZAC

Pursuant to Section 342 (b) and the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, notice is hereby given that, the Rangitikei District Council intends to consider closing the roads as listed below for the purpose of permitting Taihape, Hunterville, Marton and Bulls RSA’s to hold the ANZAC Parades.

Roads to be closed Thursday 25th April 2019

Taihape

5:15 am till 6:30am

Hautapu Street (SH1) – From Kuku Street to Huia Street

Huia Street – From Hautapu Street (SH1) to Kokako Street

Kokako Street - From Huia Street to Kuku Street

Hunterville

5.30am till 7.00am

State Highway 1 – At both ends of Hunterville (not closed for the entire duration of the parade)

Bruce Street – from Paraekaretu Street to State Highway 1

High Street – from State Highway 1 to Kotukutuku Road

Marton

5:45am -7:00 am

Wellington Road – From High Street to Beavan Street

Bulls

5:40am – 7:00am

High Street (SH1) – From Bridge Street (SH3) to Wilson Street

Criterion Street - From Bridge Street (SH3) to High Street (SH1)

Daniell Street - From intersection of High (SH1) and Criterion Streets to Bull Street

Any person objecting to the proposals is called upon to lodge notice of his/her objection and grounds thereof in writing, before 4.00 pm, Friday 15 March 2019, at the office of the Rangitikei District Council, Private Bag 1102, Marton 4741.

Should the Rangitikei District Council decide to close the said roads, a public notice shall be given.

Ross McNeil

Chief Executive



Intention to Close Road to Vehicular Traffic- TARGA

Pursuant to Section 342 (b) and the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, notice is hereby given that, the Rangitikei District Council intends to consider closing the roads as listed below for the purpose of permitting Targa NZ to hold the Targa Rotorua-Hawkes Bay 2019 Event, 18th May 2019

Roads to be closed:

Stage 1- Gentle Annie 1:05pm-6.05pm

Start: Te Moehau Road, 200 mtrs from its intersection with Spooners Hill Road.

· Continue onto Taihape Napier Road at its intersection with Moawhango Valley Road

· Past Wherewhere Road (no exit)

· Past Burridges Road (no exit)

· Past Makokomiko Road (no exit)

· Past Mangaohane Road

· Continue onto Taihape Road

· Past Lawrence Road (no exit), including Tareha Road (no exit)

Finish: Taihape Road, 300mtrs from its intersection with River Road (no exit) and Glen Cross Road (no exit)

Any person objecting to the proposals is called upon to lodge notice of his/her objection and grounds thereof in writing, before 4.00 pm, (Friday 15th March 2019), at the office of the Rangitikei District Council, Private Bag 1102, Marton 4741.

Should the Rangitikei District Council decide to close the said roads, a public notice shall be given.

Ross McNeil

Chief Executive


Work is scheduled to begin in Broadway at Follett and Hammond Street, during the week of 7 January 2019 to replace the watermain across the intersection.

The programme (subject to weather) is:

Week beginning 7 January – end of January (4 weeks)

Follett Street will be closed and Broadway will be restricted to one lane under either STOP/GO or traffic lights to lay pipework.

First week of February (1 week)

Hammond Street will be closed and Broadway restricted to one lane under either STOP/GO or traffic lights to lay the remainder of the pipework.

Second week of February (1 week)

The intersection will be closed to all traffic to allow testing and cutting over to the new pipework and backfilling.


The Ruapehu DC advise that Jilesen Contractors Ltd are scheduled to start work on replacing the Rangiwaea Stream culvert 8.6km from State Highway 49 and on Whangaehu Valley Road.

Work involves the removal of the existing concrete arched culvert and replacing with a new concrete box culvert.

Work will start on Monday 18 February 2019 at 9am and the work is expected to be completed within five to seven days.

Due to the necessity to excavate the road to undertake the works the road will be closed to all traffic for the duration of the works.

Council advise that all vehicles use alternative routes accordingly. No access will be available at the site.

Note: The work is weather dependent and works may be delayed without notice to ensure construction during fine weather.

Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.

Cook Te Wano

Contracts Officer



Intention to Close Road to Vehicular Traffic

PURSUANT to Section 342 (b) and the Tenth Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the Rangitikei District Council intends to consider closing the roads as listed below for the purpose of permitting the following events:

EventRoad Closure DateRoad Closure TimeRoad to be ClosedObjection Closing Date


Any person objecting to the proposals is called upon to lodge notice of his/her objection and grounds thereof in writing, before the Objection Closing Date, at the office of the Rangitikei District Council, Private Bag 1102, Marton 4741. Objections may be shared with the event organiser.

Should the Rangitikei District Council decide to close the said roads, a public notice shall be given.


Mangaweka Bridge Now Open 21 October 2016

However, the weight restriction of 3,000 axle load and 6,000 kg gross mass will remain in place.

Furthermore, a speed restriction of 10 kph and "no stopping" will apply for all vehicles.