List of New Zealand State Highways

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This is a list of highways of the New Zealand State Highway network. The State Highway network is administered by the New Zealand Transport Agency.

Current[edit]

National[edit]

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
1N Cape Reinga Wellington International Airport Kaitaia, Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Wellington 1106 SH 1N is used in official documentation, SH 1 is used on maps and signs.
1S Picton Ferry Terminal Bluff Blenheim, Kaikoura, Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin, Gore, Invercargill 940.7 SH 1S is used in official documentation, SH 1 on maps and signs.
1B SH 1 at Taupiri SH 1 at Cambridge Gordonton 45.2 Eastern bypass of Hamilton
2 SH 1 at Pokeno Junction (45 km south of Auckland) SH 1 at Ngauranga Interchange (5 km north of Wellington) Tauranga, Gisborne, Napier, Hastings, Woodville, Masterton, Hutt Valley 968 The 7-km section between central Hastings and SH 50A at Pakipaki is not assigned.
2A SH 2 at Tauranga Tauranga Harbour Bridge 4.6
2B SH 2 at Napier Airport SH 50 at Taradale 4.1 Northern part of Hawke's Bay Expressway
3 SH 1 at Hamilton SH 2 at Woodville New Plymouth, Wanganui, Palmerston North 489.1
3A SH 3 near Waitara SH 3 at Inglewood 15.6 New Plymouth Bypass
4 SH 3 at Eight Mile Junction (11 km south of Te Kuiti) SH 3 at Wanganui Taumarunui, Raetihi 236.5
5 SH 1 at Tirau SH 2 at Bay View (10 km north of Napier) Rotorua and Taupo 247.4
6 SH 1 at Blenheim SH 1 at Invercargill Nelson, Westport, Greymouth, Hokitika, Wanaka, Queenstown 1162.2 The longest single-island State Highway
6A SH 6 at Frankton Queenstown 6.9
7 SH 1 at Waipara (60 km north of Christchurch) SH 6 at Greymouth Lewis Pass 272.4
7A SH 7 at Waiau Bridge Hanmer Springs 9.4
8 SH 1 at Timaru SH 1 at Milton Twizel, Cromwell, Alexandra 456.7
8A SH 6 at Luggate SH 8 at Tarras 21 Northern route crossing Lake Dunstan
8B SH 8 at Deadmans Point SH6 at Cromwell 2.6 Southern route crossing Lake Dunstan
  • There is no New Zealand State Highway 9

[1]

North Island[edit]

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
10 SH 1 at Pakaraka (14 km north of Kawakawa) Awanui Kaeo 103.8
11 SH 1 at Kawakawa SH10 at Puketona Junction Paihia 34
12 SH 1 at Ohaeawai (79 km south of Kaitaia) SH 1 at Brynderwyn (28 km north of Wellsford) Kaikohe, Waipoua Forest, Dargaville 217.8
14 SH 1 at Whangarei Dargaville 54.6
15A SH1 at Ruakaka Marsden Point 9.0 Access to Marsden Point Oil Refinery
16 Port of Auckland SH 1 at Wellsford Helensville 107.5 Including the Northwestern Motorway in Auckland
18 SH 1 at Upper Harbour Highway interchange SH 16 at Massey 14.0 Upper Harbour Highway from SH 1 interchange becomes Upper Harbour Motorway at Albany Highway. Merges with SH 16 at Hobsonville Rd. Formerly took in Albany Highway, Upper Harbour Drive and Hobsonville Rd.
20 Hillsborough SH 1 Manukau interchange at Wiri 17.7 Will eventually link to Northwestern Motorway at Waterview (projected completion 2017)
20A SH 20 south of Walmsley Road interchange Auckland International Airport 5.0
20B SH 20 at Puhinui Road interchange Auckland International Airport 4.0 Eastern access to Auckland Airport
21 SH 1 5 km south of Hamilton SH 3 5 km south of Hamilton Hamilton International Airport and Mystery Creek 6.7
22 SH 1 at Drury Waikato River bridge Pukekohe 12.9 The continuation south to SH 23 near Raglan has had its State Highway designation revoked
23 SH 1 at Hamilton Raglan 42.7
24 Matamata SH 29 near Te Poi 13
25 SH 2 3 km north of Mangatarata Waihi Thames, Coromandel, Whitianga and Whangamata 233.9
25A SH 25 at Kopu (6 km south of Thames) SH 25 at Hikuai 28.2 Shortcut across the Coromandel Peninsula
26 Hamilton SH 25 at Kopu, (6 km south of Thames) Morrinsville, Te Aroha and Paeroa 96.2
27 SH 2 at Mangatarata SH 1 at Tirau Matamata 92.4
28 SH 1 at Putaruru SH 29 near Te Poi 20.8
29 SH 1 12 km west of Tirau Mount Maunganui Tauranga 62 Crosses the Kaimai Range
30 SH 3 at Te Kuiti Whakatane Mangakino and Rotorua 219
30A SH 5 west of central Rotorua SH 30 at Te Ngae Rotorua Central 3.6
31 SH 3 at Otorohanga Kawhia 56.4 14 km is a joint designation with SH 39.
32 SH 1 at Tokoroa SH 41 at Kuratau Junction 96 Traverses the western side of Lake Taupo
33 SH 2 at Paengaroa (9 km south-east of Te Puke) SH 30 at Te Ngae 35.6
34 SH 2 near Edgecumbe SH 30 Kawerau 25.2
35 SH 2 at Opotiki Gisborne East Cape 334 The longest two-digit State Highway
36 SH 2 at Tauranga SH 5 at Rotorua 48.0 Rotorua-Tauranga direct road. Notable for being the only highway number revoked and then regazetted in another location (see below)
37 SH 3 at Hangatiki Waitomo Caves 7.3 Waitomo Caves access route
38 SH 5 near Waiotapu SH 2 at Wairoa Te Urewera National Park and Lake Waikaremoana 120.9 Middle section (unsealed) is not a State Highway
39 SH 1 at Ngaruawahia SH 3 at Otorohanga. Pirongia 56.9 The western bypass of Hamilton. The last 14 km from junction of the Kawhia road to Otorohanga is a joint designation with SH 31.
41 SH 4 at Manunui(6 km west of Taumarunui) SH 1 at Turangi 58.6
43 SH 3 at Stratford SH 4 at Taumarunui Whangamomona 148.7 The Forgotten World Highway, approx 40 km unsealed
44 SH 3 at New Plymouth Port Taranaki 5.2
45 SH 3 at New Plymouth SH 3 at Hawera Opunake 104.6 The Surf Highway
46 SH 1 at Rangipo SH 47 near Papakai 19.1
47 SH 4 at National Park SH 41 3 km north of Turangi 46.4
48 SH 47 9 km from National Park Whakapapa village, 6.8
49 SH 4 at Tohunga Junction SH 1 at Waiouru Ohakune 36.2
50 SH 2 at Napier SH 2 near Takapau 94.4 Inland route
50A SH 50 10 km from Napier Pakipaki, 7 km from Hastings Flaxmere 17.4 Hawke's Bay Expressway
53 SH 2 at Featherston Martinborough 17.8 This breaks with the general north-south pattern of the numbering, being some 200 km south of SH 54 and having the southernmost endpoints of North Island State Highways other than SH 1 and 2
54 SH 3 near Palmerston North SH 1 at Vinegar Hill Feilding 56.5
56 SH 57 at Makerua Palmerston North Manawatu River west bank 22.9
57 SH 1 2 km south of Levin SH 3 at Ashhurst (the western end of the Manawatu Gorge) via Shannon 63.5
58 SH 1 at Paremata (near Porirua) SH 2 at Haywards 15.3 Connects the Hutt Valley with Porirua

South Island[edit]

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
60 Collingwood SH 6 near Richmond Motueka and Takaka, 116.5 Was shortened by 2 km in 2010 after the opening of the Ruby Bay bypass.
62 SH 1 at Spring Creek SH 6 2 km North of Renwick, Rapaura 12.8
63 SH 6 Renwick SH 6 at Kawatiri Junction Wairau Valley, Saint Arnaud 117.3
65 SH 7 at Springs Junction SH 6 11 km west of Murchison, Maruia 71.4
67 Westport 4 km past Summerlea, Waimangaroa, Granity, Hector/Ngakawau 52.3 The road continues for a further 44 km to Karamea but not as a State Highway.
67A SH 67 at Westport Cape Foulwind Carters Beach 9
69 Inangahua Junction Reefton 33.3
71 SH 1 at Kaiapoi Interchange Rangiora Lineside Rd 6.4
73 SH 74 at the Tunnel Rd/Port Hills Rd interchange, Christchurch SH 6 at Kumara Junction Darfield, Springfield, Porters Pass, Arthur's Pass and Kumara 231.1 Great Alpine Highway
73A Carmen/Main South Rds, Christchurch Blenheim/Curtletts Rds 6 Originally part of SH1, then SH 73 until January 2004
74 SH 1 at Belfast Lyttelton Lyttelton road tunnel 22.2 Has followed the eastern part of the Christchurch Ring Road since January 2004.
74A SH 73 at Brougham St/Garlands/Opawa Rds, Christchurch SH 74 at Palinurus/Dyers Rds Garlands Rd, Rutherford St and Palinurus Rd 2.1 Part of the Christchurch Ring Road
75 SH 73/SH 76 interchange near Hillmorton, Christchurch Akaroa Halswell Tai Tapu, Little River and Duvauchelle 77.3 To Banks Peninsula
76 SH 73/SH 75 interchange near Hillmorton, Christchurch SH 1 at Islington, Christchurch Christchurch Southern Motorway and Halswell Junction Road 7.4 Gazetted 2012. Halswell Junction Road section to be revoked when Christchurch Southern Motorway is extended to meet SH 1 near Templeton
77 SH 1 at Ashburton SH 73 at Darfield Methven and Glentunnel/Coalgate 93.9 Includes part of Inland Scenic Route 72
78 SH 1 at Timaru Port Loop Road 0.9 The shortest State Highway, entirely within Timaru
79 SH 1 at Rangitata SH 8 at Fairlie Geraldine 61.1
80 SH 8 at Pukaki Dam Mount Cook Village Glentanner 54.6
82 SH 1 near Hook (Cup and Saucer Junction) SH 83 at Kurow Waimate 71.1 Along the north bank of the Waitaki River,
83 SH 1 at Pukeuri Junction SH 8 at Omarama Kurow, Otematata, Duntroon 109.5 Along the south bank of the Waitaki River
84 SH 6 3 km east of Wanaka Wanaka 2.6 Originally part of SH 89 (Crown Range Road)
85 SH 1 at Palmerston Alexandra Ranfurly, Omakau 164.3 The Pigroot
86 SH 1 at Allanton Dunedin International Airport at Momona, 5.3
87 SH 1 at the Mosgiel Interchange SH 85 at Kyeburn Hyde, Middlemarch and Taieri valley, 114.2
88 SH 1 at Dunedin Port Chalmers Ravensbourne 12.7
90 Raes Junction SH 1 at McNab 3 km east of Gore Tapanui 59.3
93 SH 1 at Clinton SH 1 at Mataura 43.2 Gore southern bypass
94 SH 1 at Gore Milford Sound Riversdale, Lumsden, Mossburn, Te Anau and the Homer Tunnel 254.4 Regarded as the most scenic road in New Zealand
95 SH 94 at Te Anau Manapouri 20.5
96 SH 1 at Mataura Ohai Hedgehope, Winton and Nightcaps 89.8
97 SH6 at Five Rivers SH 94 at Mossburn 20.6 Shortcut between Queenstown and Fiordland
98 SH 6 at Lorneville SH 1 near Dacre Rakahouka 21.6
99 SH 6 at Lorneville Clifden Wallacetown, Riverton and Tuatapere 92.5

Unsigned[edit]

These roads are under the control of the NZTA, but are not signposted as state highways. Many of them are former state highway routes that have been bypassed, but the state highway status has yet to be revoked.

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
1D SH 1 at Green Island, Dunedin SH 1 at Saddle Hill, Dunedin Farifield Formerly SH 1, bypassed by Dunedin Southern Motorway in 2003.
1G SH 1 at Taupiri SH 1 at Horotiu Ngaruawahia Formerly SH 1, bypassed by Waikato Expressway in December 2013.

Revoked[edit]

The following State Highways have been revoked. After revocation roads revert to their original names (e.g. Crown Range Road), are referred to as a route (e.g. Route 52), or have white shields.

No. From To Via Length (km) Notes
1A Silverdale Orewa 6 Motorway section now State Highway 1, remainder of the road revoked.
15 Whangarei Port of Whangarei 4 Revoked when port moved to Marsden Point
17 SH 1 at Puhoi SH 1 at Albany Orewa Revoked in 2012 because of the opening of the Northern Gateway Toll Road[2]
36 SH 2 at Patutahi SH 38 at Frasertown Tiniroto 83.4 Revoked in 1990-91 [3][4] but regazetted at its current location in 2004-2005 [5]
40 SH 3 at Ahititi SH 4 at Maungatupoto Ohura 90 Revoked in 1991-92.[6][7]
47A SH 1 at Rangipo SH 47 near Papakai 19 Now State Highway 46.
49A SH 49 at Ohakune SH 4 at Raetihi 9 Revoked in 1991-92.[8][9]
52 SH 2 at Waipukurau SH 2 at Masterton Pongaroa 215 Revoked in 1990-91 [10][11]
57A SH 57 near Massey University SH 3 at the western entrance of the Manawatu Gorge - Now part of SH 57, which originally ran into central Palmerston North.
61 Motueka SH 6 at Kohatu Junction 58 Revoked in 1990-91 [12][13]
70 SH 1 4 km south of Kaikoura SH 7 at Red Post Junction (2 km north of Culverden) Waiau 97 SH 70 north of Waiau was revoked in 1990-91.[14][15] Fully revoked in 2004 after the commencement of the tourist route Alpine Pacific Triangle. White shields are used (Route 70).
72 SH 1 near Rangiora SH 1 at Temuka the Waimakariri and Rakaia Gorges - Revoked in 1991-92.[16][17] Now the Inland Scenic Route, part being SH 77. White shields are used (Route 72).
89 Wanaka Cardrona 53 Revoked in 1990-91.[18][19] Now the Crown Range Road and SH 84.
91 SH 1 at Balclutha Kaitangata 13 Became part of SH 92 and then revoked in 1990-91.[20][21]
92 SH 1 at Balclutha SH 1 at Invercargill Owaka 176 Revoked in 1990-91.[22][23] The Catlins Route, part of the Southern Scenic Route.

Unused numbers[edit]

There has never been a New Zealand State Highway 9. In addition the following two-digit numbers have never been used:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.transit.govt.nz/about/faqs/SH-numbers-list.pdf
  2. ^ "Big changes to Auckland's roading network". NZTA. 1 October 2012. Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  4. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  5. ^ "State Highway Traffic Data Booklet 2002-2006". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 3 January 2012. 
  6. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  7. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1992". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  8. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  9. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1992". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  10. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  11. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  12. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  13. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  14. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  15. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  16. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  17. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1992". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  18. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  19. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  20. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  21. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  22. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1990". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 
  23. ^ "Transit New Zealand Traffic Volumes 1991". Transit New Zealand. Retrieved 2 January 2012. 

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