New Zealand State Highway 50
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|Maintained by NZ Transport Agency|
|Length||91.5 km (56.9 mi)|
|North end||Port of Napier|
|South end||SH 2 near Takapau|
|Towns||Napier, Fernhill, Maraekakaho, Tikokino|
SH 50 begins at the Port of Napier travelling down Breakwater Road, Ahuriri Bypass and Hyderabad Road turning west onto Prebensen Drive. It then intersects SH 2, running concurrent with SH 2 and the Hawke's Bay Expressway and heads southbound leaving Napier city. At the intersection with Links Road it turns west, leaving the expressway and continuing on rural road via Fernhill, Maraekakaho and Tikokino before terminating at SH 2 near Takapau.
|Napier City||Napier||0||Port of Napier
|SH 50 begins|
|4.2||Hyderabad Road – City Centre||To ()|
|SH 2 north (Hawke's Bay Expressway) – Napier Airport, Gisborne||SH 50/SH 2 concurrency begins|
|6.9||SH 51 (Taradale Road) – City Centre, Clive, Hastings||Coastal Route|
|Hastings District||Pakowhai||13.2||Pakowhai Road
SH 2 south (Hawke's Bay Expressway) – Hastings
|SH 50/SH 2 concurrency ends|
Staggered intersection converted to roundabout in 2018
|Waiohiki||15.5||Waiohiki Road – Napier|
Taihape Road – Taihape
|Fernhill||24.2||Omahu Road – Flaxmere, Hastings|
|Maraekakaho||33.6||Maraekakaho Road – Hastings|
|Central Hawke's Bay District||Takapau||91.5|| SH 2 north – Waipukurau, Hastings
SH 2 south – Dannevirke
|SH 50 ends|
State Highway 50A (SH 50A) was a spur section covering the southern section of the Hawke's Bay Expressway. It covered from the intersection of Links Road at SH 50, traveling in a general south-west direction between Hastings and Flaxmere and terminated at the intersection of Paki Paki Road and Railway Road. SH 2 took over this designation in 2019.
- "Higgins to construct SH50 roundabout". NZ Transport Agency. 21 December 2017. Retrieved 7 January 2018.
- "Hawke's Bay's state highways to be renumbered in August". NZ Transport Agency. 18 July 2019. Retrieved 18 July 2019.
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