Motorists are advised of the closure of the northern end of Thule Road to the public from next week.
The intersection between the Kings Highway and the northern end of Thule Road will be permanently closed to motorists to improve safety for road users as of Monday 15 March.
Access to Thule Road will be via the southern end, south of Old Nelligen Road.
Pedestrians will still be able to access the intersection but will be diverted along the waterfront reserve.
The intersection will continue to be used by workers to access the site offices and for the safety of road users, project vehicles will only be permitted to make a left turn into Thule Road or left turn out onto Kings Highway from Thule Road.
Work to close Thule Road will include installation of barriers, fencing and associated signage.
Temporary lane closures and traffic control will be in place, with the Kings Highway speed limit reduced to 60 km/h in the project area from Old Nelligen Road in the east to Reid Street in the west.
Motorists are advised to drive to the conditions and follow the directions of signs and traffic control.
Transport for NSW thanks road users for their patience during this time.
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