Te Moana Road/Ono Street/Waimea Road intersection upgrades
Improving pedestrian safety at the Te Moana Rd/Ono Street/Waimea Road intersection
What we’re doing
The Te Moana Road/Waimea Road/Ono Street safety improvements are now substantially completed with just some additional tactile pavers and the Give Way markings at the corner of Ono Street and Ranghiroa Street still to be installed over the next week, weather permitting.
The completed works comprise new sections of footpath on each corner of the intersection, new pedestrian ramps, pedestrian refuge islands on each approach road, and reshaping of the corner into Waimea Road to encourage slower speeds around the corner.
The project also gave us the opportunity to replace a collapsed stormwater sump outside the dairy. The Give Way sign on Waimea Road has been upgraded to a Stop sign which will remove some of the confusion motorists previously had when sitting at the two opposing Give Way signs. Ono Street will now get precedence over Waimea Road.
Works will start on 17 June 2019 and should take about two months to complete, depending on the weather.
As with all road works there may be delays from time to time. You can keep up-to-date with progress or any new developments by following our Facebook and/or signing up to our weekly e-newsletter.