Motorists are advised that changed traffic conditions are continuing on the M1 Pacific Motorway at the Warnervale interchange, as part of the Tuggerah to Doyalson upgrade.
Night work will be carried out at the Warnervale Interchange on the M1 Pacific Motorway until November 18, for the next stage of the Sparks Rd Bridge widening. Lane closures will be in place occasionally at night with a single lane available past the worksite. A short detour up and over the existing entry and exit ramps at Sparks Rd will be in place during the full closures, to detour traffic around the worksite and allow motorists to continue their journey with minimal disruption. Full closure and up and over detours will be in place northbound at night until November 18.
The closures will be in place between 8:30pm and 4:30am from Sunday to Wednesday, between 9pm and 4:30am on Thursday, and between 10pm and 5:30am on Friday, weather permitting.
The existing 80km/h speed limit for the Tuggerah to Doyalson upgrade will remain in place on the M1.
The final activity to complete this work will take place from early December for up to two weeks. During this time, a M1 full closure northbound will be required, with up and overs at the Warnervale interchange for several nights. Motorists travelling north are also advised to take extra care and drive to the conditions, along with the three kilometres of shifted roadway, between the Alison Rd overpass and Sparks Rd interchange. This change in traffic conditions will persist until mid-2019 as the Tuggerah-Doyalson upgrade continues.
Source: Media release, Nov 2 RMS Media