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In September 2021 a record $24.3 billion investment in Aotearoa’s land transport system was announced as part of Ngā Kaupapa Huarahi o Aotearoa | 2021–24 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP).

Activities funded through the NLTP aim to make New Zealand’s roads safer and more resilient, provide you with healthier, more environmentally friendly ways to move to the places that matter to you and keep freight flowing.

$13.3 million forecast total investment

In the 2021–24 NLTP, we will invest $13.3 million in the Wharekauri | Chatham Islands’ land transport system.

Of this amount, $11.4m will be spent on the operation and maintenance of the existing roading network to make it safer, more efficient and reliable to support the local economy. This works includes the resurfacing of unsealed roads and road renewals works in Kaingaroa.

A total of $1.25m will be spent on the replacement of the Whangamoe Bridge with a large culvert. Work is expected to be completed in 2022.

Read about a few of the ways that previous investment has delivered for Wharekauri | Chatham Islands communities and New Zealand.