Hawke's Bay residents can expect few delays and no road closures on the region's highways next week.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has released its schedule of planned highway activities for next week.
NZTA Hawke's Bay journey manager Oliver Postings said people would not have to worry about any significant works or delays due to only a few general projects being undertaken on highways.
"There's not a great deal happening next week ... just run of the mill stuff," he said.
"We're just doing some repairs."
State Highway 2 north of Napier has two projects being undertaken - work on the Watchman Rd roundabout at Westshore and pavement repairs from Wairoa to Waikare.
There is a new road layout at the Watchman Rd roundabout and there will also be temporary speed restrictions, but no delays.
Motorists can also expect temporary speed restrictions due to the pavement repairs from Wairoa to Waikare and minor delays for stop/go signs.
State Highway 2 Napier to Hastings has temporary speed restrictions and minimal delays due to the Whakatu Arterial Roundabout at the State Highway 2-Pilcher Rd intersection.
Vehicles will have less than five minutes' delay from pavement repairs on State Highway 2 Hastings to Dannevirke (south) at Waipawa due to temporary speed restrictions and stop/go signs.
Pavement repairs will also cause minor delays due to temporary speed restrictions and stop/go signs on State Highway 5 Napier to Taupo from Bay View to Tarawera.
State Highway 36 Wairoa to Lake Waikaremoana from Managapapa to Frasertown will have drain-clearing, causing less than five minutes' delay due to temporary speed restrictions and stop/go signs.