Current roadworks and disruptions

Find out where approved roadworks are happening around Hutt City.

Roadworks and traffic disruptions

Urgent road closures will be announced on the Hutt City Council Facebook page.

There may be some delays during these works so please plan your travel accordingly. Works are weather dependant. Thank you for your patience.

Ongoing Howard Road, Pt Howard More information 
OngoingAcross the cityInstallation of new and improved pedestrian crossings. For more information see Pedestrian Crossings Package.
4 June to October 2024 Boulcott and High St intersectionIntersection upgrade. More information here.
4 June to early September 2024 Harbour View  Drive,  Harbour View

Slip repair to be stabilised by installing anchored shotcrete and steel mesh, mainly by scaffold.

During the week of 27 May, stop/go traffic management will be set up for one day to complete tree removal. From 4 June, Harbour View Road between City View Grove and Gaskill Grove will be reduced to one lane with 24/7 stop/go traffic management in place. There are no driveways within the works area. For morning peak hours, priority will be given to downhill traffic and uphill traffic will have priority during the evening peak.

17 June to mid-July 2024Seddon Street, NaenaeSafety upgrades. Works are 8am-5pm, Monday to Saturday.  Traffic management includes a 24 hour detour on a small section of Seddon Street and partial lane closures with stop/go. Please follow signage and the guidance of the team onsite.
7 May to end of July 2024Akatea and London Rds, KorokoroFootpath, drainage, bus stop and retaining wall safety improvements on Akatea Rd and slip repair on London Rd. More information here.
27 May to September 2024Wainuiomata HillNorthbound lane closure weekdays 9am-9pm to remediate the slip site. For more information see Wainuiomata Landslide Stabilisation.
Ongoing: Monday - Friday Marine Drive, Eastbourne & Eastern Bays Construction of Tupua Horo Nuku Eastern Bays Shared Path is taking place along Marine Drive at Mā-koromiko and the Northern end of Days Bay. There is one-lane Stop / Go traffic control in place during work hours (7am – 5pm) and the speed limit through the work area is 30km/h.

More information on Tupua Horo Nuku can be found here.
8–24 April 2024 Pharazyn and Marsden Street
Te Awa Kairangi - Delivering RiverLink: Service utilities and pavement investigations

Monday to Friday 9am–4pm

Pharazyn and Marsden Streets will be impacted with work undertaken in phases. Traffic management will be in place using stop-go controls and speed limits reduced to 30 km/hr.

Some parking will be unavailable during works; with 24 hours-notice given

Access for residences and businesses will not be impacted.