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Special events traffic advisory in place in Coffs Harbour

Motorists are urged to proceed with caution through the city centre due to vehicle movements around the Coffs Harbour Showground during the Coffs Coast Country Music Muster.
Motorists are urged to proceed with caution through the city centre due to vehicle movements around the Coffs Harbour Showground during the Coffs Coast Country Music Muster. Rob Wright

MOTORISTS are urged to slow down and drive with care due to increased traffic and pedestrian activity in Coffs Harbour until Sunday.

Special event traffic signs are in place in the city centre with the Coffs Coast Country Muster underway this week at the Coffs Harbour Showground and running through until Sunday.

The Transport Management Centre said due to a large number of event vehicles and spectators there may be minor delays experienced during and after the event.

Roads and Maritime Services said all roads will remain open, but delays are expected on the Pacific Highway near the showground.

Motorists should delay non-essential travel and allow extra travel time to follow all signs.

Roads and Maritime Services thanks motorists for their patience.

For the latest traffic information click here.

Topics:  coffs harbour, showground



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