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The wait is nearly over.
Rangiora’s third set of traffic lights are just over a week
away, after confirmation that the South Belt lights will be turned on in the
week starting on Monday August 14. The lights are replacing the roundabout at the busy
intersection between South Belt, Southbrook Road and Percival Street.
The project, which started in January, has been a long one.
While we sought to minimalise the disruption as much as we
could, it has required a lot of tolerance from commuters, local residents and
We appreciate your patience.
Now that the work is nearing an end, we are confident users
will appreciate the difference.
The additional regulation will undoubtedly help traffic
flows on arguably the busiest roadway in the district.
The project was about more than just the lights, including a
number of other infrastructural updates, much of which was underground.
The Benefits of the works include:
The work that has been done:
Name: Matt McIlraith
Phone: 0800 965 468