Durham St down to one lane

Last updated 16:58 17/06/2013

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Durham St will be down to one lane from Kilmore St south for a block starting tomorrow.

Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (Scirt) has warned drivers who travel south on Victoria St will also be delayed when the two lanes on Durhan St go down to one.

Scirt is replacing a new pressures main at the site and motorists are advised to use alternative routes, or to plan for delays.

The work has started earlier than scheduled to avoid a clash with Park Tce work next week.  

See the Scirt website for more information.

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