Work on first seven roads of national significance begins

Work on first seven roads of national significance begins
Transport Minister Simeon Brown. (Image: NZME)
Rebecca Howard
The New Zealand Transport Agency expects to begin procurement, enabling works and construction of the first seven roads of national significance (Rons) in the next three years, Transport Minister Simeon Brown says.“There is plenty of work to be done, and I’m pleased to see NZTA taking the first steps to deliver upon the Government’s ambitious plan for New Zealand’s transport network,” he said.   The Government is prioritising 17 Rons, which were recently highlighted in the government policy statement (GPS...

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