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Southbound detours will be in place for light vehicles via Clyde Street and North St 24th Oct

Changed traffic conditions will be in place for motorists on the Princes Highway south of the Batemans Bay Bridge this week.

Ground stabilisation work will be carried out in preparation for the southern approach of the bridge to be constructed.

Work will take place between 7am and 6pm on Thursday 24 October between Clyde Street and North Street, weather permitting.

Southbound detours will be in place for light vehicles via Clyde Street and North Street, and northbound traffic will remain on the Princes Highway under traffic control.

Alternate traffic conditions will be in place as well as a reduced speed limit of 40 km/h for the safety of workers and road users.

Motorists are advised to check electronic message boards for updates, allow an additional five minutes travel time, and follow the direction of signs and traffic control.

Transport for NSW thanks motorists 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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