Changed Traffic Conditions On The Princes And Kings Highways At Batemans Bay
Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Kings and Princes highways at Batemans Bay from next week for work as part of the Batemans Bay Bridge replacement project.
Changed traffic conditions will be in place from Monday 3 June for ongoing highway upgrades.
Work will be carried out to build a new left turn lane from the Kings Highway onto the Princes Highway, along with a new left turn lane from the Princes Highway onto the Kings Highway.
Work will also be carried out to build the northern and southern bridge abutments and the adjoining new highway alignment.
Motorists may experience delays between 7am and 6pm from Monday 3 June for about two weeks as concrete barriers are installed and new line marking is carried out.
The eastbound left lane on Kings Highway between the Bay Ridge Drive roundabout and the Princes Highway roundabout will be closed while work takes place.
The northbound shoulder of Princes Highway between the existing Batemans Bay Bridge to just north of the intersection of the Princes and Kings highways also will be closed.
The northbound left lane on Princes Highway between Beach Road and Clyde Street will be closed as will the southbound left lane on the Princes Highway between Clyde and North streets.
Access to the Caltex Service station and pedestrian access along the Kings Highway between Bay Ridge Drive and the existing pedestrian network on the Princes Highway will be maintained at all times.
Pedestrians should follow temporary footpaths and signs.
The changed traffic conditions have been implemented for the safety of workers and motorists and will remain in place until late 2019.
Motorists are advised to allow up to five minutes additional travel time, drive to the conditions and follow the directions of signs and traffic control.
Roads and Maritime Services thanks the community for its patience while these traffic changes are being implemented.
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