Easter traffic delays across the state

Motorists travelling home after the Easter long weekend continue to experience significant delays due to heavy holiday traffic.

On the North Coast, northbound traffic is queued for 18km on the Pacific Highway in Ewingsdale, adding about 90 minutes to journeys. 

On the Central Coast, southbound traffic is queued for 14km from Morisset to Warnervale, adding about 30 minutes to journeys.

In the Blue Mountains, heavy eastbound traffic has eased on the Great Western Highway in Blackheath, but eastbound traffic is still heavy on the Great Western Highway in Woodford, adding about one hour to journeys. 

Eastbound traffic is also very heavy on Bells Line of Road at Darling Causeway in Bell. 

Heavy southbound traffic on the M1 Pacific Motorway (F3) in Freemans Waterhole in the Hunter has eased, and northbound traffic has also returned to normal on the Hume Motorway in Wilton in the Southern Highlands.

Motorists are advised to continue to allow plenty of extra travel time, expect delays and plan their trip.

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


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