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Networking Event June 22


Wolverton Culverts Upgrade

Project Details

  • Upgrade of the Tiverton-Wolverton corridor, a 2.2km stretch of arterial road between New Windsor and New Lynn.
  • Removes a two lane bottleneck and strengthens connections between New Lynn and neighbouring areas.
  • The footpath will be widened to a safer and more useful width.
  • Has taken less than two years to complete.
  • Local utility and stormwater infrastructure is being upgraded and future proofed at the same time.

Years of planning has gone into delivering the best possible upgrade to the Tiverton-Wolverton corridor. The new four lane road has been constructed mostly within the width of the existing road corridor and small slivers of land have been bought from a number of property owners to enable the footpath to be widened to a safer and more useful width.

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Key Facts

  • $30 million project
  • 2.2km of road
  • Five new signalised intersections
  • Four new pedestrian crossing points
  • 10 new bus shelters
  • 143 new street lights
  • 8.6km of new underground powerlines
  • 350 power/streetlight poles removed
  • 5.6km of new underground water mains
  • Approximately 4.8km of new kerb and channel
  • 9200 sq metres of footpath - about 145 truckloads of concrete
  • 38,000 square metres of new asphalt