BULLI Pass will be closed to traffic in both directions for a week to allow for emergency stabilisation work after the recent Illawarra rain deluge.
Motorists are advised the Princes Highway at Bulli Pass will be closed between Lawrence Hargrave Drive and M1 Princes Motorway as Transport for NSW stabilises banks, removes vegetation and repairs drainage.
The road will be closed in both directions from 8am on Monday, April 11 and will reopen at 5pm on Friday, April 15, weather permitting.
Road users are advised detours are in place via the M1 Princes Motorway and Memorial Drive. Motorists should plan their journey and allow up to 15 minutes additional travel time.
Residents within the closure area will have access to their properties at all times under the guidance of traffic controllers from Lawrence Hargrave Drive only.
Transport for NSW advises road users to drive to the conditions, and to follow the directions of traffic controllers and signs.
For the latest traffic updates visit livetraffic.com or call 132 701.
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