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Several turning movements at the South Belt/Southbrook Road
intersection will be restricted from Wednesday 5pm, as contractors prepare to
cross the intersection for the installation of a new stormwater pipeline.
Traffic flow on Southbrook road heading north and south will be unaffected. It is recommended that motorists consider alternatives routes where possible during the intersection upgrade.
Council’s Roading Manager Ken Stevenson says “We want to make the intersection as safe as possible while the work is going on and we want to get it done as quickly as we can to keep disruption to a minimum. It would help the contractors working in this space if people could avoid the area
if they can”.
Despite the recent wet weather, work has been progressing well. Installation of a sewer pipeline within the intersection is complete, with final sections being installed north towards Matawai Park. Completion of a connection for the new stormwater into the Middlebrook Culvert now sees the pipeling
progressing north towards the South Belt intersection.
View detailed information including a map showing detours and turning restrictions.