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Changed traffic conditions in North Street and Clyde Street Batemans Bay

Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions next week at the intersection of North and Clyde Streets in Batemans Bay.

Work will be carried out to relocate the existing traffic island at the intersection of North and Clyde Streets, closer to the southern side of the road.

This work is being carried out as part of the Batemans Bay Bridge replacement project, and will enable long vehicles travelling on North Street to safely access Clyde Street.

Once complete, vehicles over 8.8 metres in length will no longer be permitted to turn right into North Street from Clyde Street.

Above: Vehicles over 8.8 metres long will need to continue on Orient Street to Beach Road.

Long vehicles traveling south on Clyde Street east will need to continue on Orient Street to the Beach Road intersection.

Work will be carried out between Monday 23 and Friday 27 November, from 7am to 6pm, weather permitting.

Temporary traffic changes will be in place for motorists while work is carried out.

The westbound lane of North Street will be temporarily closed from Clyde Street to Perry Street.

Motorists travelling on Clyde Street will not be permitted to turn right into North Street, and can continue through Orient Street.

Parking will be maintained along the eastbound lane of North Street. Parking will not be permitted within the work zone along the westbound lane.

The North Street westbound lane will be reinstated to vehicles less than 8.8 metres long outside of work hours.

Motorists are advised to follow the directions of signs and traffic control.

Transport for NSW thanks motorists and pedestrians for their patience during this time.

For the latest traffic updates download the Live Traffic NSW App, visit or call 132 701.

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