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Regional Transport Committee minutes June 2018

Resurfacing Programme Bell Block to Waitara Okato Township SH45 – speed limit reduction and possibility of advance warning signs Awakino Gorge to Mt Messenger Programme update Recommended THAT the Taranaki Regional Council 1. receives and notes the Regional Report from the NZ Transport Agency dated 13 June 2018. Dunlop/Duynhoven 6. Regional Road Safety Update 6.1 Ms M Webby, RoadSafe Taranaki, and Snr Sgt R O’Keefe, NZ Police, provided a presentation to the Committee


to Waitara project  road surface repairs/maintenance matters SH3 between Eltham and Hawera  sealing of Stratford plateau carpark (under special purpose roads). Stratford District Council has applied for funding and is waiting to hear back from NZ Transport Agency. The Committee will be provided an update on this matter in due course.  agreed list of actions for the Old Mountain Road (previous section of SH3 before Normanby Bridge Alignment project) before being handed back


on Agency news and activities. 5.2 Members of the Committee raised a number of matters with the Agency as follows: Programme Business Case: Bell Block to Waitara Investigation The Committee noted that the Agency has recently completed the programme business case with a report outlining recommendations on how the next phases of the business case should proceed being approved by the Agency on 12 May 2016. Members requested copies of the report and these were able to be printed off

Regional Transport minutes June 2020

Voting is currently underway. Once the outcome from the Court hearing has been finalised contractors will be able to start work. The final design has gone through processes to ensure the design is as safe as possible. 11.12 Awakino Gorge to Mt Messenger – Aiming to improve safety of this area. 11.13 Tongaporutu intersection improvements should be completed by December 2020. 11.14 Rapanui passing lane is scheduled to start in October and be completed by February 2022. 11.15 Waitara

Annual report 2013-2014

wellsite onto and into land and into and unnamed tributary of the Mako Stream in the Waitara catchment 09/06/2003 2033 Tariki-B 3680-2 To discharge treated stormwater, uncontaminated treated site water and uncontaminated treated production water from hydrocarbon exploration and production operations at the Tariki-B wellsite onto and into land and into and unnamed tributary of the Mako Stream in the Waitara catchment 09/06/2003 2033 Tariki-C 5273-1 To discharge up to 50

Annual report 2015-2016

SWACO, operates two drilling waste stockpiling facilities and a landspreading operation on his property, near Inglewood, within the Waitara catchment, Taranaki. These sites are located on adjoining properties off Derby Road North and Surrey Road respectively. Analytically quantified drilling waste, consisting of water based and synthetic based muds are stockpiled at each facility prior to application across defined paddocks at specific, concentrations below the limits specified within the


forthcoming upgrade at the New Plymouth Airport terminal. Safety improvements at the intersection of Airport Drive and SH3, based on expected growth at the airport, were considered highly desirable and should be considered as part of the Bell Block to Waitara safety improvement project. 5.4 As part of the mid-term review of the Taranaki Regional Land Transport Plan 2015/16 – 2020/21, the matters raised as part of the Committee’s discussions, will be considered for inclusion. page

Annual report 2014-2015

NPDC Colson Rd landfill consent monitoring report - Taranaki Regional Council.