Latest Traffic Incidents for Sydney
From 7:30pm Friday 5 June, the westbound lanes on Grand Avenue will be permanently closed. Motorists will be detoured via Durham Street, Devon Street and Colquhoun Street to re-join Grand Avenue. Please note that the westbound lane closures and detours will remain on Grand Avenue until 2023 when Parramatta Light Rail is operational.
Between 7:30pm Friday 5 June and 7am Saturday 6 June, Grand Avenue will be closed to traffic in each direction between Durham and Colquhoun Streets.
Between 7am Saturday 6 June and 5am Tuesday 9 June one of two eastbound lanes on Grand Avenue, between Durham and Colquhoun Streets, will also be closed.
A construction compound will occupy the north-western area at the intersection of Church and Ross Streets.
The intersection of Church and Ross Streets will be under traffic control management with one traffic lane maintained in each direction.
Eastbound motorists on Ross Street will not be able to turn left onto Church Street northbound. Motorists should use Villiers and Grose Streets to connect to Church Street northbound.
There will be no left turn from Smith Street into Macquarie Street during this time.
Motorists should use George Street to travel west across Parramatta during this time.
Stop/slow traffic control at the intersection of Charles and Macquarie Streets during this closure-motorist are to expect delays through the intersection.
Hawkesbury Road, between Darcy Road and Hainsworth Street will be converted to one-way only in the northbound direction.
Hainsworth Street, between Hawkesbury Road and Park Avenue will also be converted to one-way only in the eastbound direction.
There will be no left turn from Hainsworth Street into Hawkesbury Road southbound.
These traffic changes will remain until 2023, when Parramatta Light Rail will be operational.