Aerial view of Transmission Gully Motorway now named Te Ara Nui o Te Rangihaeata

The Transmission Gully Motorway is now open, and Ventia's Transport team are proud to provide Operation and Maintenance (O&M) services to Wellington Gateway Partnership for the 25-year concession period of the Transmission Gully Motorway.

Transmission Gully Motorway now named Te Ara Nui o Te Rangihaeata, runs for 27km, linking to the existing SH1 at Linden and to the Kāpiti Expressway at Mackays Crossing, connecting communities along the way. There are four new interchanges at Paekākāriki, State Highway 58 (SH58) at Pāuatahanui, Waitangirua and Kenepuru.

Ventia's range of O&M services includes asset management, proactive and preventative maintenance and inspections, corridor management and traffic control, structural maintenance and management, seismic monitoring and management, incident response, data collection and systems monitoring, and environmental management.

Ventia's experienced and dedicated team will work closely with the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, to ensure assets are managed effectively and efficiently with minimal disruption for road users. 

Vic Hensley, Ventia's General Manager New Zealand Transport and Major Projects, said the motorway opening was a memorable day for everyone, including the Ventia team who are now operating the road.

I'm proud to lead the experienced Ventia team who will be dedicated to providing a safe and reliable journey for road users on this much-anticipated motorway.

The Transmission Gully motorway has been built to the highest safety specifications, with sustainability in mind. 

Traditional Maori welcome at the opening of Transmission Gully