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Work Stops To Allow Traffic To Flow This Easter

Motorists are advised work will cease at several locations on the Princes, Hume and Kings highways this Easter to improve traffic flow and journey times.

On the Princes Highway, work will cease on the 12.5 kilometre Foxground and Berry bypass between Thursday 13 and Tuesday 18 April, and again between Friday 21 April and Wednesday 26 April for Anzac Day.

The speed limit on the Princes Highway between Toolijooa Road and south of Andersons Lane will increase to 80km/h and, where possible, 100km/h to improve traffic flow for Easter motorists.

The new five kilometre Foxground bypass is now open, to further improve travel times and safety for motorists, with the Foxground bends now bypassed.

The existing 50km/h speed limit through Berry will remain in place.

Further south, work will temporarily cease on the Burrill Lake Bridge project from Thursday 13 to Wednesday 19 April.

The speed limit of 60 km/h will be maintained at all times for the safety of motorists.

On the Princes Highway at Durras Drive, Benandarah work to build a left turn deceleration lane has ceased from Monday 10 April and will resume on Tuesday 26 April at 7am.

The speed limit of 60km/h will be maintained at all times for the safety of motorists.

Essential night maintenance work along the Hume Highway at Douglas Park, north of Moreton Park overbridge, will also cease from Thursday 13 April and resume between Tuesday 18 and Thursday 20 April.

Work will also stop on Anzac Day and resume on Wednesday 26 April between 8pm and 5am.

Motorists are reminded the speed limit is 40km/h during work hours.

Work will also cease at the safety upgrade sites on the Kings Highway over Easter weekend and on the Anzac Day weekend, to improve journey times for motorists between the South Coast and Canberra.

For the latest traffic information visit, download the Live Traffic App or call the Transport Management Centre on 132 701. Media Release

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