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28 Feb 2021 8:25
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    State Highway One traffic is now being diverted through the middle of Ngaruawahia, as overnight work continues on a stretch of the Waikato Expressway

    State Highway One traffic is now being diverted through the middle of Ngaruawahia, as overnight work continues on a stretch of the Waikato Expressway


    All north-bound traffic is being diverted at Horotiu until 5 in the morning.

    The diversion ends at Taupiri.

    Tomorrow night, southbound traffic will be diverted at Taupiri and re-join the expressway at Horotiu.

    Depending on progress, the southbound detour may stretch to a second night.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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