Traffic changes on the Kings Highway at Clyde Mountain

Karyn Starmer 6 January 2022
Stabilisation works on the Kings Highway

Stabilisation works on the Kings Highway will recommence on Monday 10 January 2022. Photo: Transport NSW.

Motorists travelling between Canberra and the South Coast on the Kings Highway could face delays from next week.

Slope remediation work, as part of the second stage of National Disaster Recovery on the Kings Highway at Clyde Mountain, will recommence on Monday 10 January 2022, after ceasing temporarily in mid-December due to wet weather and machine repairs.


READ ALSO: Bay filmmaker breaking stereotypes with carnival family documentary


The work at one location is now expected to be complete by early February 2022, weather permitting.

Further slope remediation will be carried out at other locations and the community will be notified prior to work commencing.

Work will be carried out at night from 7 pm to 5 am, Monday to Thursday, under a single lane closure.


READ ALSO: Residents name the worst intersections and biggest traffic gripes in Gungahlin


Planned traffic changes will include lane closures, intermittent stop/slow traffic conditions, and delays of up to 20 minutes.

For the latest traffic updates, download the Live Traffic NSW app, visit livetraffic.com or call 132 701.


What's Your Opinion?


Please login to post your comments, or connect with

CBR Tweets

Sign up to our newsletter

 Top
Region Group Pty Ltd

Search across the site