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Traffic changes are on their way for a stretch of Kaiapoi’s Smith Street, between Sewell Street and Princess Place. Contractors will be moving in on Thursday to begin a water main installation along this section of road, which will become one-way for eastbound traffic until mid-March.
The work is a continuation of work completed last year as part of the new roundabout construction at the intersection of Smith Street and Williams Street, which included the installation of a new water main along Smith Street, between Williams Street and Princess Place.
Council’s Water Asset Manager Colin Roxburgh says “By renewing aging pipes, this project will improve the resilience of Kaipaoi’s water supply and will accommodate growth in north-east Kaiapoi. It will also ensure residents in this area continue to receive good water pressure.”
Traffic impacts will include:
The pipe is being installed by underground drilling where possible as this will minimise disruption, although some open trenching will be necessary.