Media release: Recent flooding events a reminder of RiverLink‘s importance (22 July 2021)
A safer and more resilient transport and flood protection system for the Hutt Valley is one step closer as the RiverLink
partners make their final preparations to submit the resource consent application for the estimated $700m project.
RiverLink is the largest infrastructure project in the history of Lower Hutt, and is central to transforming the Lower Hutt City Centre and Te Awa Kairangi/Hutt River into a vibrant, connected and resilient area.
Media release: Increased funding for RiverLink in Lower Hutt (11 June 2021)
The RiverLink project team has welcomed the decision by Hutt City Council to increase its share of funding for RiverLink to $138.4M in the Long Term Plan 2021-2031.
eNews: Making our Hutt City more resilient, connected and vibrant (9 June 2021)
Update: Haere mai, welcome to RiverLink Community Update – a catch up with the community about RiverLink: projects to deliver flood protection, urban development and Melling transport improvements.
Update: Melling Transport Improvements (4 June 2021)
The Government has announced that it has confirmed funding, through the NZ Upgrade Programme, for the Melling Transport Improvements project which is being delivered by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency as part of the RiverLink partnership.
Read more about the announcement and what it means for transport projects on the Waka Kotahi website.