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Traffic changes advised

THE RTA is advising motorists of changed traffic conditions on the Pacific Highway between Sapphire and Arrawarra due to work on the Sapphire to Woolgoolga Pacific Highway upgrade.

On Wednesday and Thursday , traffic control will be in place between 9:30am and 2:30pm to allow tree clearing next to the highway and the installation of concrete barriers between Korora and Emerald Beach.

While the work is carried out, motorists may experience short delays with intermittent lane or shoulder closures in both directions. A reduced speed zone will be in place as required.

Between Emerald Beach to Woolgoolga, traffic control will be in place between 9.30am and 2.30pm on those two days to allow tree clearing next to the highway and on Saturday and Sunday, work will take place between 6pm and 6am. Between Woolgoolga to Arrawarra, traffic control will be in place on Wednesday and Thursday between 7am and 6pm to allow installation of road signs.

Traffic management will be in place across the project to ensure the safety of workers, motorists and pedestrians.

Motorists are asked to drive safely through work sites and to observe all speed limits.

For further information on the Sapphire to Woolgoolga upgrade, the community can contact the toll-free project information line on 1800 63 63 63.

For information about traffic conditions, motorists should contact the RTA’s Traffic Information Line on 132 701.



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