If you live in Waikanae, Waikanae Beach or Peka Peka, your key connection to the Expressway is the full interchange at Te Moana Road. This is a full interchange because it has a full set of on and off-ramps providing entry and exit both north and south.
If you want to travel north from Waikanae, you can use Te Moana Road Interchange or the Peka Peka partial interchange, which has an on-ramp northbound and an off-ramp southbound. And if you are heading south towards Waikanae from the north, you can choose to exit via the partial interchange at Peka Peka, the full interchange at Te Moana Rd or the original state highway.
At the new interchange, Te Moana Road features cycle lanes and new footpaths. The road has been widened and traffic signals installed at the on and off-ramps so you can easily turn on and off the Expressway.
How to use Te Moana Road Interchange
Getting off heading north
If you’re travelling on the Expressway heading north you can exit using the off-ramp to get onto Te Moana Road.
Getting off heading south
If you’re travelling on the Expressway heading south you can exit using the off-ramp to get onto Te Moana Road.
Getting on heading north
If you’re travelling on Te Moana Road, you can use the on-ramp to head north towards Ōtaki on the Expressway.
Getting on heading south
If you’re travelling on Te Moana Road, you can use the on-ramp to head south towards Wellington on the Expressway.