Holiday traffic congestion south of Wollongong has eased, authorities say.
The Transport Management Centre is reporting less traffic build up around Berry, Burrill Lake and Bomaderry, with the flow of cars almost returned to normal.
However, motorists are still being advised allow plenty of additional travel time for their return to Sydney.
Another long weekend, another traffic jam on the Princes Highway.
Motorists have been advised to expect delays with heavy holiday traffic north-bound along the Princes Highway.
Vehicles are backed up for nine kilometres around Berry with a six-kilometre queue also reported at Burrill Lake, south of Ulladulla, and extensive delays at Bomaderry.
RMS is advising north-bound motorists to allow plenty of travel time.
See livetraffic.com.au for updates.
Meantime, the long weekend road toll stands at two as Operation Slowdown entered its final day.
More than 38,000 random breath tests were conducted yesterday with 41 charges laid for drink driving.
Police said 124 people had so far been charged with drink driving offences during the long weekend, a drop of 79 from the same period last year.
During the long weekend, police issued a total of 4460 traffic infringements.
In the Illawarra, police stopped a Holden Commodore about 10.30am yesterday for the purpose of a breath test.
Police checked the 39-year-old driver’s licence, which showed he was disqualified from driving until 2065.
He was taken to Wollongong Police Station and charged with driving while disqualified.
Operation Slowdown, the state-wide traffic campaign, continues until 11.59pm today.