Delivery of girders to the highway upgrade project between Macksville and Urunga will create a hazard and cause delays for motorists on Monday and Tuesday.
Delivery of girders to the highway upgrade project between Macksville and Urunga will create a hazard and cause delays for motorists on Monday and Tuesday. Bruce Thomas

Motorists to take care as girders arrive for highway upgrade

ROADS and Maritime Services advise Mid North Coast motorists of significant changed traffic conditions this Monday and Tuesday.

As part of the Nambucca Heads to Urunga Pacific Highway upgrade, bridge girders will be delivered along the highway between Macksville and Urunga.

The trucks will turn left into Short Cut Road at Urunga to enter the project site at the corner of Short Cut and South Arm Roads.

Traffic will be stopped for up to five minutes on Short Cut Road while the girders enter the site.

A total of 12 concrete girders up to 31.2 metres in length will be delivered and installed for the bridge south of Short Cut Road.

Traffic control will be in place for the deliveries between 5am and 6pm on both days.

Each girder delivery will be escorted to the site, one at a time, by NSW Police.

Motorists are advised to plan their journey, allow extra travel time and follow all signs.

Wet weather may change work dates and times.

For the latest traffic information visit www.livetraffic.com or call 132 701.



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