Click here to view the original article, please click here. A Mahurangi resident is offering to give his land to let NZTA build a bypass of Warkworth to reduce the backlog at the Hill Street intersection.
It is the latest in a string of proposals that have come from local residents frustrated with the lack of progress on projects to reduce congestion in the region.
Mr Endean’s farm, just north of Valerie Close, lies between SH1 and the designation for the new Puhoi to War
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To view the original New Zealand Herald article, please click here. Frustrated former planner reckons replacing lights with two roundabouts will fix traffic nightmare. Read about his idea and your reaction to it. One man thinks he's found the solution to a dreaded pinchpoint for traffic heading north of Auckland - bulldoze the lights and put in two roundabouts. Former infrastructure planner Grant McLachlan has come up with an idea to fix the notorious Warkworth intersection,
To view the original article, please click here. Emergency service volunteers getting tangled in Warkworth and Matakana's snarled roads may soon start impacting public safety in the area. That's the view of firefighters as some volunteers struggle to get to stations. “It can take one of our volunteers who lives near Ascension an hour to get to the station when traffic is heavy. There's no point her even trying,” Warkworth Volunteer Fire Brigade spokesman Devan Flewellyn says.
To view the original article published in the New Zealand Herald, please click here. Local residents of Warkworth protest against central government plans to divert money earmarked for the redevelopment of the central Warkworth road junction to other projects. Photo / Chris Loufte. Warkworth’s Hill St intersection is the poster child for bureaucratic incompetence. If there is one part of Auckland that embodies everything wrong with the Auckland Council, the State Highway 1 in