This week sees a range of roadworks and lane closures happening across the Illawarra - starting with the Albion Park Rail bypass.
For the next two weeks work crews will be installing permanent road signage as part of the long-awaited bypass project.
The signage will be installed on the Princes Motorway at Yallah, the Illawarra Highway and East West Link at Albion Park Rail and Tongarra Road at Albion Park.
The work started on Monday and will take place for the next two weeks between 7pm and 6am.
Partial lane closures will be in place at various stages while work is carried out.
From the following week utility services on Yallah Road, East West Link and Durgadin Drive roundabout at Albion Park Rail will be relocated.
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The work will take place at night - between 7pm and 6am - with motorists using Marshall Mount Road when Yallah Road is closed.
The other two locations will see lane closures and a reduced speed limit of 40km/h in place.
This week sees a range of roadworks and lane closures happening across the Illawarra.
At Warrawong King Street will get some attention to improve safety.
The northbound lanes of King Street between Kemblawarra Road and Wattle Street will be resurfaced in the latest stage of safety work that began in February.
The Warrawong work will be carried out on Wednesday and Thursday between 7.30pm and 4am.
A reduced speed limit of 40km/h will be in place and traffic delays are expected.
The northern Illawarra hasn't been left out of the roadworks spree.
Roads and Maritime Services crews will be carrying out safety work this week at the intersection of Lawrence Hargrave Drive and Stonehaven Road at Stanwell Tops.
The work being carried out at the intersection includes widening the road shoulder so that motorists will be able to pass around right-turning traffic.
At present, through traffic has to go off-road to get around a turning vehicle.
The roadwork will reduce the risk of rear-end crashes and improve traffic flow.
Work will take place between 7am and 5pm through to Friday with a reduced 40km/h speed limit in place.