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There will be no trains in the mornings as the weather is chaotic in the Wellington area.
Tomorrow there will be no trains to and from Wellington, as torrential rains cause floods that are common throughout the area. KiwiRail's General Manager Metro, David Shepherd, said Duncan Garner that several glitches and floods are jamming thetrack. As Shepherd said, coach traffic is also restricted and the need for alternatives.
- It'?s not going in and out of Wellington in the mornings. - It is expected that the restricted railway connections will be put into operation in the afternoons. Wellington Central Library is also available on the entresol. - After it was shut down this after floods this evening, SH2 is partly open again for the north.
- all trains to and from the city will cease. - The track of the SH1 is open intermittent in both direction. - Locals are recommended to keep away from streams and docks. - Back to Dowse SH2 Ngauranga - partly opened for northern haul. At Kapiti, about 80 mm of water dropped for six hours, resulting in a huge slide on State Highway One between Paekakariki and Pukerua Bay, which cuts off the Wellington area.
The State Highway One between Paekakariki and Pukerua Bay is closed to most vehicles due to a mishap. "We ask them not to try to drive on the Centennial Highway either way because the highway is blocked," Church said to RadioLIVE.