This email has information on events, projects and major works requiring lane or road closures in Hamilton.
Road users are encouraged to use alternate routes where possible. Traffic management may be in place to ensure road users, including people on bikes and pedestrians, can navigate these areas safely while work is underway. Construction works and dates are subject to change based on factors such as wet weather and staff availability.
Collins Road – road closure
Collins Road (from Prisk Street to Guy Place) will remain closed until the end of September to allow for upgrades to the wastewater network. A detour will be in place for through traffic. Residents, pedestrians and cyclists will continue to have access.
North City Road – road closure
North City Road (from Ennion Rise to Fergy Place) will remain closed until the end of October. Road upgrades and construction of a new roundabout outside Rototuna Village is underway to make the area more pedestrian and bike friendly. Pedestrians and cyclists can detour through Korikori Park.
Cambridge Road and Cobham Drive intersection – northbound lane closure
The northbound lane on Cambridge Road, from the Cobham Drive intersection, is closed until Saturday 30 September. Detours are in place while Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency upgrade the intersection from a roundabout to traffic lights. Pedestrians and cyclists will continue to have access.
Borman Road – road closure
Borman Road (from Te Manatu Drive to Horsham Downs Road) will remain closed until the end of December as part of the Borman Road connection project. A detour is in place for through traffic and cyclists. Residents, businesses, and pedestrians will continue to have access.
Please follow instructions from the work crews. Thank you for your patience and understanding – it is appreciated.
Occasionally, major events may require a lane or road closure to support the smooth running of an event. For minor works, please refer to the minor roadworks page.
Council has a focus to provide a transport network that helps connect people and places in safe, accessible, and smart ways. We have a ‘Vision Zero’ philosophy for road safety, meaning we aim to have zero deaths and serious injuries on our city’s roads. This is one of the key outcomes in our transport strategy Access Hamilton – Ara Kootuitui Kirikiriroa.