An article on the Stuff website today:
Completion of the final $330 million section of the Kāpiti Expressway – part of an asphalt chain including Transmission Gully – has likely been pushed back by another year.
When exactly the $2 billion-worth of connected four-lane road north of Wellington will now open fully remains unknown, as drivers face another summer of traffic woes.
Stuff understands the already-delayed Peka Peka to Ōtaki section, meant to open in 2021, will now likely not open till sometime in 2022.
The NZ Transport Agency says after Covid-19 delays and ongoing work on pavement and a shared pathway, it’s reasonable to expect a delay of “some months”.