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
This intersection is a busy connection point for this part of Waikanae Beach, for both traffic and pedestrians – particularly during peak traffic times. It’s also a busy spot during weekends and holidays, with the many holiday home visitors we get coming to our District. Over the next two months we’ll be carrying out some upgrades to make the intersection safer for pedestrians, including:
- installing crossing points (pedestrian refuges) on each street;
- renewing the footpaths, including better connections on the corners of Waimea Road;
- realigning the kerb on the corners of Waimea Road;
- improved road markings.
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.