Central Hawke’s Bay District Council is committed to undertaking a full roading recovery project which will see the restoration of a reliable and resilient roading network for Central Hawke’s Bay.
'We're facing the facts as we plan for the recovery of our 1265km of Central Hawke's Bay roads.
Due to the enduring rain over the past months, we are now faced with damage on a scale we’ve not seen in more than five decades.
We are acutely aware that the roading network is the economic and social backbone of our community, and that’s why we have launched a roading recovery project which aims to restore a reliable and resilient roading network for Central Hawke’s Bay.
Currently, more than fifty-five roads closed or reduced to one lane. On top of this, potholes have multiplied as fast as they were filled in.
Come along on this journey with us as we work to the repair the damage we face right now and move towards a roading network we can rely on once again.
Visit our interactive MAP to find out what damage has been recorded near you or where you may be planning to travel.
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