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Approaching the Penrose overbridge, there are at least four places where height indicators set off an alarm, which activates the first warning sign.
There are a couple of issues here. Well, three, really. The streetlights are being upgraded to more cost-efficient and safer light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
I am assuming that, in the absence of alternatives, you are referring to the Victoria Park Tunnel.
You may be comforted to know enforcement officers regularly issue tickets to taxi drivers for non-compliance of the road-user rules.
Scooters and motorbikes are not allowed in bike lanes or shared paths like those in Tamaki Drive (or in Advanced Stop Boxes, for that matter).
Scott Winton from Auckland Transport says pedestrians are on the north side of the Tamaki Drive Shared Path for safety reasons.
The main drive was shifted on the back of a 48-axle, double-width trailer, pulled by three tractor units with another one behind to give it an extra push.
Sarah Azam, media manager for the Transport Agency's Auckland and Northland regions, says the paint system is still providing effective protective coating to the structure.
With regards to the Northern Corridor Improvements project, I see that the main reason is to provide an alternative north-south connection around the city.
Our neighbours have huge trees (three storeys high in some cases).