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Reporting road issues

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Reporting road issues

Updated 17 February 2016 11:17am

State highways and local roads make up the region’s road network. Maintenance, construction, upgrades and management of traffic issues are the responsibility of Road Controlling Authorities, either the local council or the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA).

In the greater Wellington region, NZTA manages the following state highways: SH1 from Wellington Airport to Otaki, SH2 from Ngauranga through the Hutt Valley to Wairarapa, SH58 between the Hutt Valley and Paremata and SH53 between Featherston and Martinborough.

All other local roads including footpaths and road reserve are usually managed by local councils.

Reporting road hazards

Road hazards can include (but are not limited to) potholes, broken glass, illegal parking, broken traffic lights or any other factor that make our roads unsafe. Please report any road hazards to the approporiate authority.

Hazards on state highways

New Zealand Transport Agency (Wellington Transport Operation Centre)

0800 896 286

Hazards on local roads

Hutt City Council

04 570 6666

contact@huttcity.govt.nz

Kapiti Coast District Council

04 296 4700

Porirua City Council

04 237 5089

Upper Hutt City Council (Technical Services Unit)

04 527 2169

Wellington City Council

04 499 4444

info@wcc.govt.nz

Carterton District Council

06 379 6626

Masterton District Council

06 370 6300

mdc@mstn.govt.nz

South Wairarapa District Council

06 306 9611

enquiries@swdc.govt.nz