Increase in trucks prompts traffic warning


Motorists on Pacific Highway asked to allow extra travel time due to an increase in the volume of trucks

May 22, 2013

Motorists on the Pacific Highway are being asked to allow extra travel time due to an increase in the volume of trucks in the Coopernook and Johns River area in New South Wales.

Trucks have started removing a site compound from a completed Pacific Highway upgrade worksite from Bulleys Road at Johns River.

The removal work began on May 20 and up to 80 to truck movements are due to occur each day for up to six weeks.

All truck loads will be covered and, if required, water carts and road sweepers will be used to minimise dust and mud. Wet weather may change work dates and times.

Traffic management and reduced speed limits will be in place.

The Federal Government and NSW jointly funded the Coopernook to Herons Creek Pacific Highway upgrade project, which opened to traffic in July 2010.


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