New Zealand State Highway 86

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State Highway 86
Route information
Maintained by NZ Transport Agency
Length 6.0 km (3.7 mi)
Major junctions
East end Allanton-Waihola Road / East Taieri-Allanton Road State Highway 1 NZ.svg, Allanton
West end Dunedin International Airport, Momona
Highway system
SH 85 SH 87

State Highway 86 is a New Zealand State Highway connecting the city of Dunedin's airport to State Highway 1 and the city itself. It is one of the more recent highways, gazetted in 2003.[1] It is a two-lane single carriageway.


As of 2011, the current route is as follows:

The road begins at an intersection with SH 1 in the satellite town of Allanton and proceeds in a north-northwesterly direction over the Taieri Plains. After about 1.5 km the road curves to the west-southwest and proceeds for about 3.5 km before veering to the NNW and then to the SSW again at Momona before terminating at Dunedin airport.

See also


  1. ^ "Revoking Sections of State Highway and Declaring New Sections of State Highway - 11 December 2003". New Zealand Gazette. Retrieved 24 August 2015.

External links

  • New Zealand Transport Agency

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