Traffic incidents since midnight: 0
Roadworks to avoid: 4
New roadworks this week: 0
Roadworks projects to be completed in the next 30 days:
Traffic incidents by suburb (most recently updated items are listed first):
There were no incidents reported this morning.
Roadworks by suburb (most recently updated items are listed first):
Scheduled roadwork (Resurfacing)
Affected street: Princes Highway off-ramp near Weir Street
Alert created at 4.51pm, May 6. Last updated at 5.16pm, May 10.
Ends: 6am, May 11
Advice: Reduced speed limit. Plan your journey. Weir St off-ramp will be closed on Tue night but will remain open during work on Wed night.
Affected street: Harry Graham Drive near Wollongong Motorcycle Club
Alert created at 5.58pm, April 7. Last updated at 5.58pm, April 7.
Ends: 7am, July 30
Advice: Use an alternative route. Check signage.
Scheduled roadwork (Upgrade)
Affected street: Bourke Street near Keira Street
Alert created at 1.53am, March 26. Last updated at 1.53am, March 26.
Ends: 4.30pm, June 6
Advice: Reduced speed limit. Check signage; Allow extra travel time. Traffic lights are being installed to improve pedestrian safety. A reduced speed limit of 40km/h and single lane closures will be in place during work hours. There will be occasional night work, the community will be notified in advance. Right turn movements from Bourke Street into Keira Street will be restricted, and a pedestrian refuge will be added.
Scheduled roadwork (Intersection upgrade)
Affected street: Princes Highway near Memorial Drive
Alert created at 9.45pm, January 28. Last updated at 7.53am, February 17.
Ends: 12am, July 1
Advice: Reduced speed limit. Exercise caution; Check signage. Motorists are advised to allow approximatelyFive minutes of additional travel time. Temporary concrete barriers will be installed on Memorial Dr on-ramp along the right-hand shoulder from the roundabout to the pedestrian over bridge, and single lane closures will be in place during work. 60km/hr speed limit will be in place outside work hours.
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