Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Princes Highway around the Queen’s Birthday long weekend to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow.
Nowra Bridge project:
The site will be temporarily shut down from 6pm today until 7am Tuesday 15 June. Night work will continue from Tuesday 15 June between 6pm and 7am, weather permitting.
Albion Park Rail bypass:
The site will be temporarily shut down from 6pm today until 7am Tuesday 15 June. Night work will continue from Tuesday 15 June between 7pm and 7am, weather permitting.
Berry to Bomaderry Upgrade:
The site will be shut down from 6pm Friday 11 until 7am Tuesday 15 June.
Through Batemans Bay:
The existing 60 km/h speed zone on the Princes Highway heading south into Batemans Bay has been extended north to begin at the Princes Highway and Clyde Road intersection. This will be in place until Tuesday 15 June.
Additional traffic management will be set up to improve the flow of holiday traffic:
At the Princes Highway and Jervis Bay Road Intersection:
Traffic control teams will be onsite today and tomorrow, and the speed limit may be reduced to 60 km/h at times.
The speed limit will be 80 km/h southbound until Tuesday 15 June.
At the Princes Highway and Wason Street intersection in Milton:
Traffic control teams will be onsite between 9am and 3pm to manage pedestrian access across the highway and maintain traffic flow from today until Monday 14 June.
Along the Princes Highway between the Jervis Bay Road intersection and Sussex Inlet Road intersections:
Workers will be continuing geotechnical investigations and utility and ground surveys until 6pm today and will return at 7am on Tuesday 15 June.
Increased traffic volumes are expected on the Princes Highway during the Queens Birthday long weekend.
Road users are encouraged to plan ahead and visit livetraffic.com or call 132 701 for the latest traffic updates.
Motorists are advised to be vigilant of roadside workers, drive to the conditions, and follow the directions of signs and traffic control.