LGWM - Basin Reserve improvements




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LGWM - Basin Reserve improvements
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

Greenfield (construction) or brownfield (government asset divestment) projects needed or likely to occur within the next five years, but is not formally proposed by a state, territory or major local government.

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ANZIP is focused only on major infrastructure activity, above the following thresholds:

Australia

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New Zealand

All greenfield and brownfield projects and divestments: > NZD $100 million



STATUS: Prospective pipeline
VALUE: $124.5M AUD | $130 NZD
SECTOR: Road
JURISDICTION: New Zealand
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

As part of the Let's Get Wellington Moving recommended programme of investment, there is a proposal for a range of improvements near the Basin Reserve. The aim is to reduce conflicts between different travel movements and modes and to create more reliable access around the Basin regardless of travel modes.

The estimated cost of this project is NZ$130 million (AU$124.4 million). Improvements include:

  • Minor at-grade changes in the short-term to improve reliable access for all modes
  • Grade separation between north-south movements, east-west movements, and mass transit corridors.

 

Once the LGWM mass transit route is decided, the project will require further investigations to determine which form of grade separation will deliver the best outcomes for the transport network and the community.

The project is expected to be underway by 2024. This will include detailed investigation, design, consultation, consenting and/or early construction work.

Let's Get Wellington Moving is a programme aimed at improving and better integrating Wellington's transport networks to ensure it is able to support forecast growth. It is a joint initiative between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, and the New Zealand Transport Agency.



Last reviewed: 01/08/2019

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