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29 May 2020 19:23
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Auckland Transport's keeping up vital maintenance during the lockdown - to keep Auckland's roads safe

    Auckland Transport's keeping up vital maintenance during the lockdown - to keep Auckland's roads safe


    Essential activities include responding to crashes, road marking and streetlight maintenance and monitoring closed construction sites.

    Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says road maintenance lets Aucklanders safely travel to essential work, or to access essential services.

    But he says Aucklanders should stay home... except for essential purposes.

    Routine work like footpath renewals, road re-surfacing and new road building are still on hold.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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