Aucklanders are advised to expect potential disruptions as Metservice reports high winds on the Harbour Bridge. Trains on the Eastern and Western lines have also been cancelled. Delays are expected, with felled trees, power disruptions and heavy rain experienced city-wide.
Here's what you need to know:
- North-easterly winds are being recorded in Auckland, with Metservice forecasting winds up to 110km/h between 2pm and 4pm in the bridge area.
- Waka Kotahi (NZTA) have introduced speed restrictions on the Harbour Bridge.
- Drivers of heavy vehicles and motorcyclists are advised to travel via the Western Ring Route (State Highways 16 and 18).
Stay up to date with the latest road closures and disruptions by heading to Waka Kotahi's (NZTA) journey planner. You can find an alternative public transport route by using the AT Journey Planner.
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