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Road closures & restrictions

We keep you up to date with the status of roads and any temporary speed restrictions within Porirua City.

Porirua City Council compiles this list in conjunction with local roading authorities, emergency services and contractors. This list will be updated with road closures, temporary speed restrictions and openings as they come to hand.

You can also download Antenno, a free mobile app that sends you notifications and alerts about places and topics you care about – including road closures. You’ll get alerts on your home screen, so it’s an easy way to stay informed! Read more

Road closures

All roads and state highways in Porirua City open except:

Due to a serious health and safety risk we have closed the SH1 entrance into Takutai Road, Pukerua Bay to all vehicles while we manage and repair a slip.

We are seeking funding to repair this slip in the second half of 2021.

In the meantime, the slip area is cordoned off and drivers are being directed to use the Teihana Road access instead. (See map below)

The road remains open for pedestrians and cyclists to use.

This Takutai Road entrance is one-way in only – and all traffic already exit out onto SH1 via Teihana Road.  

Takutai Road

Paekākāriki Hill Road Closure

Paekākāriki Hill Road is closed to through traffic Fridays 3–7pm. Local access only.

Temporary speed restrictions

A temporary 60km/h speed restriction has been put in place for Flighty's Road in Judgeford. This is to ensure the safety of all commuters who share the road while heavy machinery frequently access the construction of Transmission Gully. Thank you for reducing your speed.

Flyghtys road speed restriction

Traffic advice

  • Well-maintained roads are an important part of keeping people safe. While we aim to do this work with as little disruption as possible, we know that roadworks can be inconvenient. 
  • Please drive carefully through work sites and stick to the temporary speed limits. 
  • If you’re driving around the Wellington region, roadworks on the state highway network may affect your travel plans.
  • Please phone the Council on (04) 237 5089 to report any concerns in your street so we can respond.