Interchange maps now online

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NZTA now provides the detailed maps of the options for the Cherry Lane-Cambridge Rd interchange on display at the recent Waikato Expressway information day at Tamahere.

One option for the Cherry Lane-Cambridge Rd interchange

No take-home posters for the key, spaghetti-like designs of the intersection were available at the October 27 open day and detailed online information was sparse until now.

Three options for the intersection are proposed, each bringing big changes for the way residents travel to local and more distant destinations. They require careful study for the impacts on individuals and the community to be understood. They will also require a proposed network of local roads.

The expressway is due to be completed in eight years, 2019.

To view and download the maps visit here on the NZTA website.

Updated November 8: To give feedback or seek more information contact NZTA’s Kara Fleming, Waikato Expressway Communications and Stakeholder Liaison Manager, phone 07 958 7220 or mobile 027 294 2649
or click to email Kara.

4 thoughts on “Interchange maps now online

  • January 19, 2020 at 10:56 am
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    There seems to be no on ramp to go North at this interchange (Cherry Lane-Cambridge Road)…….is there going to be access ???

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    • January 19, 2020 at 8:34 pm
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      This story is from 2011. Check for the latest on the Waikato Expressway here on the NZTA website or visit the Visitor Information Centre on Percival Rd, signposed from Ruakura Rd, open 10am-3pm.

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  • November 8, 2011 at 2:10 pm
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    Hi Pip

    To clarify two points.

    1. These maps have been available online from the NZTA website since Monday October 31st
    2. Brian Aspin has been seconded to National Office in Wellington and is no longer the contact person for the Expressway.

    My contact details are:
    Kara Fleming
    Waikato Expressway Communications and Stakeholder Liaison Manager
    07 9587220
    027 294 2649
    kara.fleming@nzta.govt.nz

    Regards
    Kara

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    • November 8, 2011 at 5:35 pm
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      Thanks Kara. Brian Aspin is still listed as the contact person on the NZTA website so perhaps you could update it there too.

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