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Cameron Road reduced to one-way near Tenth Avenue for night works

Posted: 27 July 2023

Cameron Road, near Tenth Avenue, will be reduced to one-way at night from Sunday 30 July for essential stormwater upgrades as part of the Building our future – Cameron Road, Te Papa project.

More people cycling Totara Street shared pathway as works near completion

Posted: 21 November 2022

The Totara Street shared pathway is starting to come to life with many in the community breaking out their sneakers, scooters, and bikes to give it a try.

50km/h speed reduction Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road

Posted: 25 August 2022

Drivers are being urged to slow down to keep Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road work site safe.

A neighbourhood approach to transport improvements for Welcome Bay

Posted: 29 June 2022

Tauranga is growing, and so too is the need to find new ways to keep our people connected.

Stop/go nightworks for Welcome Bay Road from Sunday, 26 June

Posted: 22 June 2022

Welcome Bay Road will undergo overnight asphalt surfacing from Sunday, 26 June.

Tauranga's central city bus stops changed to Durham Street

Posted: 15 June 2022

Bus users will find their Tauranga city centre bus stops just up the road on Durham and Wharf Streets from today, Monday 13 June.

Tauranga's central bus interchange on the move in June

Posted: 25 May 2022

Bus users will find their Tauranga city centre bus stops just up the road on Durham and Wharf Streets from Monday, 13 June.

Links Avenue safety review will be discussed with the community

Posted: 23 June 2021

A review of the safety of Links Avenue was undertaken by Tauranga City Council following requests from a number of local residents. The report was presented to council's Commissioners on Monday, 21 June 2021

Cameron Road’s past will help shape its future

Posted: 28 December 2020

Cameron Road will soon be 150 years-old, but its history stretches back centuries – to a time when kūmara gardens were prolific and thousands of Māori lived on the banks of natural streams that criss-crossed the Te Papa Peninsula. 


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