City Rail Link construction

Following the construction of the City Rail Link between Britomart and Mt Eden, from enabling works to project completion
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From the shopping centre, the demolition of the shelter also allows this view of the Britomart Transport Centre, formerly the post office

15 May 2016

On Albert Street, traffic management has ramped up as more of Albert and Victoria Streets are closed

15 May 2016

A single lane is open on Victoria Street, with workers using Stop/Go signs to control traffic. Auckland Transport have recommended for some time for people to use public transport instead

15 May 2016

Traffic lights are switched off completely now, with even pedestrians under the control of road workers

15 May 2016

Buses also get caught up in the traffic however, with the one lane portion being on the Inner Link's route

15 May 2016

Noise barriers along construction contain details about the eventual benefits of the CRL

15 May 2016

Victoria Street dug up as storm drain relocation works continue

15 May 2016

The Griffiths building which once stood here is now completely demolished

15 May 2016

The now closed Downtown shopping mall is now fenced off to the public, with demolition work to commence in the next few weeks

6 June 2016

The interim public space outside Britomart has seen some innovative uses during its limited life, such as this basketball hoop on a trailer

6 June 2016

The site of the first sod turning which occurred two days prier, now sealed over

6 June 2016

The fenced off Downtown Shopping Centre

6 June 2016

The entire shopping mall is fenced off, closing the northern footpath on Customs St

6 June 2016

New signage on Victoria St ensures pedestrians that stores are open as usual

6 June 2016

The demolition of the Downtown Shopping Centre is now under way

24 July 2016

The demolition of the shopping centre has closed the northern footpath of Customs Street

24 July 2016

While enabling works on Albert Street ramp up, the street appears to be one long road works site

24 July 2016

Albert Street has several lane restrictions along its length from Quay Street to Victoria Street

24 July 2016

Albert Street could pass for Cone City along most of its length

24 July 2016

On Victoria Street, this assembly has appeared, apparently to help stop construction noise

24 July 2016

The Commerce Street entrance to Britomart on its last day of operation. The entrance closes at the end of the day to allow a temporary entrance to be built

24 July 2016

To help with the extra pedestrian traffic, a signalised pedestrian crossing is being installed on Commerce Street

24 July 2016

The Takutai Square entrance leading to the rear of Britomart's platforms will remain open throughout the construction work

24 July 2016

This water feature at the Commerce Street entrance to Britomart will be removed for the temporary entrance. The Chief Post Office, the station's current main entrance, will be closed for strengthening work before the tunnels are built

24 July 2016

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