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The inside lane on Karangahape Rd was not blocked off on Sunday November 1, resulting in at least one near-miss.

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The inside lane on Karangahape Rd was not blocked off on Sunday November 1, resulting in at least one near-miss.

Two straight ahead turning arrows at an intersection are causing confusion for central Auckland drivers. 

A photo was shared on social media with a warning for cyclists and those on motorcycles to be careful at the intersection of Karangahape Rd/Great North Rd/Ponsonby Rd/Newton Rd.

One local witnessed a “very near miss” on November 1 when a car in the middle lane nearly side-swiped another car going straight ahead.

“Horns were tooted and I thought the person in front of me (turning left) was on their phone and not paying attention. Then I noticed the road markings,” they said.

The inside lane blocked off on Monday November 2 – as it should be – for Karangahape Rd improvements.

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The inside lane blocked off on Monday November 2 – as it should be – for Karangahape Rd improvements.

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Auckland Transport’s Mark Hannan said the issue occurred after a fence was moved which normally closes off the inside lane by the footpath.

He said the inside lane is closed as part of the continuing work to enhance Karangahape Rd.

Have you noticed any confusing road signs or intersections in your area? Share your stories and photos with us. Remember to specify the location of the issue.

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