The after-effects of the early spring rainstorm which swept across Hawke's Bay are still being felt along main highways.
New Zealand Transport Agency crews are still carrying out post-storm clean-ups at several sites along SH5 between Napier and Taupo as well as SH2 north from Napier to Wairoa.
The SH5 work is taking place on the stretch through to Tarawera.
Work is also under way on pavement repairs in the Dillons Hill area.
Speed restrictions and stop/go signalling is in place at all the sites, with impacts on travel time likely to be around five minutes.
Motorists using SH5 are being reminded to adhere to advance speed restriction warnings at Te Pohue where Rukumoana Rd links into the highway.
Logging trucks are entering and exiting the road and visibility is restricted.
On SH2 north there is major repair work, around the Mohaka Viaduct, in the wake of road subsidence.
Speed restrictions are in place and slight delays can be expected.
On SH2 south, water-main work is being carried out near Waipukurau in the Takapau Rd area, with speed restrictions in place.
Slip clean-up work is also being carried out at several sites along SH38 between Wairoa and Lake Waikaremoana.
Closer to Napier, motorists using Prebensen Drive and Te Awa Ave can expect slight delays due to roadworks.