The Manukau Motorway Project was a 4.5 km motorway construction project designed to bypass the city between Manukau and the North Shore. The extension was designed to help relieve congestion on key roads around the city centre so further retail, business, apartment and entertainment developments could proceed.
The $210m extension project, which commenced in June 2006, was completed by January 2011. According to the NZ Transport Agency, the new motorway played a crucial role in making the 2011 Rugby World Cup a successful event, which the country hosted.
Significant savings to the project were achieved through re-design of a contamination remediation program required for a section of the motorway.
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