Sapphire to Woolgoolga Pacific Hwy upgrade saw traffic shift due to a major diversion from Graham Dr South to North Sapphire to allow work on the western side. Photo: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate
Sapphire to Woolgoolga Pacific Hwy upgrade saw traffic shift due to a major diversion from Graham Dr South to North Sapphire to allow work on the western side. Photo: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate Trevor Veale

Motorists expect delays as Hwy traffic conditions change

THE Sapphire to Woolgoolga Pacific Hwy upgrade saw a diversion of traffic in key areas this morning.

Confusion may be a issue with some motorists but the shift is important for work to begin on the western side of the upgrade.

There are major traffic diversions and switches scheduled for the roads between Sapphire Beach and Sandy Beach.

Graham Drive south at Sandy Beach has been moved onto the southbound road and local service road.

Campbells Close at Sapphire Beach has been closed.

Access will be maintained via the southern end of Graham Drive. Traffic will be diverted through the intersection of Graham Drive south and the Pacific Hwy.

There will also be a temporary intersection closure for Graham Drive on Sunday from 8am to noon.

Access will be maintained via the southern end of Graham Drive. Traffic will be diverted through the intersection of Graham Drive South and the Pacific Hwy.

There will also be scheduled closures at Emerald Beach to Woolgoolga, and Woolgoolga to Arrawarra.

Motorists looking for more information are advised to visit the live traffic website, download Live Traffic NSW for iPhone and iPad or alternatively call 132 701.



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