Important Information about Waitomo District Council Infrastructure

Update as at 22 September 2017


STORM DAMAGE - ROAD NETWORK

 

WDC's Contractor is currently working on a number of areas of our roading network. We will provide status updates about our roading network as they become available. 

 

Mangaokewa Road is OPEN to traffic - signs and traffic cones remain in place. 

 

Work is ongoing for the following sites. Click here to view the map. (PDF, 286 Kb)

 

  • Mangatoa Rd 6C, 9C– Overslips on shoulders cleared yesterday.
  • Marokopa Rd 4E, 5D – Overslips and blocked culverts cleared yesterday.
  • Manganui Rd 10C, 11C – Overslips in watertables cleared yesterday.
  • Te Mahoe Rd 14B – Overslips on shoulder cleared yesterday.

Overslips on the following roads - these have have been checked, signed and scheduled for follow-up work:

  • Tumutumu Rd 5I – Overslips on shoulders. 
  • Hauturu Rd 4H – Overslips and blocked culverts. 
  • Walker Rd 6L - Overslip on shoulder. 
  • TeAnga Rd 4I – Overslips on shoulder. 
  • Troopers Rd  7I -Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Te Anga Rd 4F, 5H – Overslips on shoulder. 
  • Ahoroa Rd 7M - Overslip on shoulder.
  • Ohirea Rd 10N - Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Waimiha Rd 11M  - Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Taumatamaire Rd 12D – Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Takiri Rd 13L  – Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Totoro Rd 11F  – Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Mapara Sth Rd 10L, 11L  - Overslip on shoulder. 
  • Tikitiki Rd 10J  - Overslip on shoulder. 

Underslips on the following roads. Signs are in place and netting has been erected. To be assessed by WDC and Inframax for repair: 

  • Mangaokewa Rd 9M 
  • Oparure Rd 7I 
  • Marokopa Rd 4E
  • Mangatoa Rd 8C 
  • Troopers Rd 7I 
  • Taumatatotara West Rd 3E

 

All sites are passable for traffic, including trucks, at least one-way. 

Storm Damage Map Waitomo District 22 September 2017 (PDF, 286 Kb)

Report flooding and service issues to WDC on 0800 932 4357. WDC’s Roading Contractor is working to reinstate the local road network as soon as practicable. Drivers may encounter road works at affected sites. People are urged to pay attention to the road signs when moving through a road works site. 


 

Update as at 10 May 2017

 

The two recent severe weather events of 4 to 6 April and 12 to 14 April 2017 caused extensive damage to the Local Roading Network.

 

Road repairs are ongoing. All local roads are open for traffic, but there are currently seven sites where the road is restricted to single lane.  A portion of the work completed to date is considered to be temporary repairs that will require subsequent permanent repairs to reinstate them to the original standard. Permanent repairs are estimated to begin in one months time. Completion dates are dependent on the requirements at each site. Our best estimate at this stage is all permanent repairs will be completed by December 2017.


Important Information about Waitomo District Council Infrastructure