Electronic Signs for New Zealand Motorways

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New Zealand is about to get electronic motorway signs.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has started rolling out the new signs in Auckland.
Six full-colour, high-pixel signs have been installed on the Northern, Southern, Northwestern and Southwestern motorways. Seven more are planned.
Other areas of New Zealand will get the signs in the future, although a timeline is not yet known.
Each new sign costs $80,000 and are paid for from the latest budget.
The new signs will enable more detailed information to be included such as information on highway conditions and travel information.

12 Responses

  1. No Way I hate Electronic Motorway Signs I SAY NOOO!!!!

  2. cool but not cool cause what if there was a power-cut then they wouldn’t be very useful

  3. Power cuts would mean no road use which means angry people which means more people vote against john key which means happy life.
    yeah I can live with it

  4. Cool idea! But what if they stopped working or there was a power cut or something then what would we do?

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