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There will be some minor
inconvenience for Kaiapoi commuters for the rest of today and tomorrow as a
result of two burst water mains on Ohoka Road.
Traffic management is currently in
place near the Ohoka Road-Peraki Street intersection as a result of a water
leak, with the trouble spot sealed off by road cones.
Speed restrictions are in place
but the road remains operational as a two-lane thoroughfare.
Further work will be required
tomorrow on another burst water main in the section of Ohoka Road between
Willock Street and Williams Street.
This main has been shut off for
now, but the work required on its repair will mean that Ohoka Road will be
closed between Williams Street and Willock Street from 6am tomorrow morning.
The closure is expected to last
for up to 12 hours.
As a result, westbound traffic
will be diverted further up Williams Street, turning left into Carew, then left
again into Peraki Street, prior to re-joining with Ohoka Road.
Commuters heading east along Ohoka
Road will be diverted right into Willock Street and onto Williams Street via
users should check metroinfo for updates on bus diversions during the
It is expected that all water main
work should be completed by tomorrow night.
We apologise for any