District Road Status

The list below displays the status of any affected roads in the Tararua district. Click here or click on the image above to view an interactive map.

For conditions and closure information about State Highways, the Saddle Road and the Pahiatua Track, please visit the NZ Transport Agency website.

Road NameLast Updated
NGAPAERURU RD - Open - Caution
Road open - caution required. HF
27 February 2019
FRANKLIN RD (A) - Single Lane Only
Road under temporary traffic management between 1 and 2km mark down to single lane in places with speed restrictions in place- Tuesday 19th of February to Friday 8th of March due to repairs being carried out on four dropouts.
15 February 2019
ROUTE 52 - Open - Caution
Road open caution required just south of Falls Road between Weber turn off and Waione.
29 January 2019
SPUR RD - 4x4 Access - Residents Only
Caution required - 4x4 Access/Residents only
29 January 2019
PATITAPU RD - Closed to Heavy Traffic
Beyond 170m on this road, is only suitable for Light Vehicles only, including the private bridge.
5 December 2018
PAHIATUA-PONGAROA RD - Single Lane Only
Road open to one lane - about the 30Km mark - Priority Give Way in place - Caution Required
28 November 2018
ROUTE 52 - Open - Caution
Road is now open between Wimbledon and Weber Road - caution required as there are single lane in places
14 September 2018
MANGAHEI RD - Single Lane Only
Road is down to one lane - Priority Give Way in place between Ngapaeruru road and 5km in from Weber road by the deer farm due to a drop out - Caution Required
11 September 2018
FRANKLIN RD (A) - Open - Caution
Logging trucks are using this road along with Birch East Road
12 February 2018
BIRCH RD EAST - Open - Caution
Road open - Logging trucks are using this road
12 February 2018
MAKAIRO RD EAST - Road Closed
Quarry is closed and there is no public access from the compulsory stop point near the woolshed
12 February 2018

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