Riverside Road/Stafford Street on the up

Tairawhiti Roads contractor Currie Construction busy working on improvements.

Tairawhiti Roads contractor Currie Construction busy working on improvements.

Leanne Hammond with Chester and Jo Chalmers with Hunter enjoying a morning walk today beside the new rail. Pictures by Liam Clayton
Currie Construction staff member Bradley Manuel with a hammer and Joel Wilson working with a plate compactor behind him.

STAFF from Tairawhiti Roads contractor Currie Construction have been busy working on Riverside Road/Stafford Street footpath improvements. The $41,000 project came about after mobility scooter users told Gisborne District Council they felt unsafe using the footpath.

A new rail has been added to part of the footpath where Riverside Road joins Stafford Street, and the footpath is being extended into Stafford Street.

STAFF from Tairawhiti Roads contractor Currie Construction have been busy working on Riverside Road/Stafford Street footpath improvements. The $41,000 project came about after mobility scooter users told Gisborne District Council they felt unsafe using the footpath.

A new rail has been added to part of the footpath where Riverside Road joins Stafford Street, and the footpath is being extended into Stafford Street.

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