The NSW Government will begin the resurfacing of a 3 kilometer stretch of the M1 Pacific Motorway (F3) around Jolls Bridge this starting this Sunday.
Described as a Safety Improvement Measure it will cost $2.7m for the resurfacing on both carriageways.
The project will reduce ongoing maintenance costs for the Government and will also provide a smoother and safer road for motorists.
The work will take place on the Northbound lanes between 1.4km and 4.3km South of the Mt White Interchange and also for 520 meters south of the Peats Road Bridge at Calga.
The work will carried out every Sunday to Thursday night between 7:00pm and 4:30am and is expected to be completed by December. Motorists travelling during this time should expect some delays as the speed limit will be reduced to 40km/h.
The www.m1traffic.com.au website will keep you up to date on the latest information regarding this project.
@M1trafficNSW been sitting stationary for 20 mins nth bound due to road works
— Anthony (@madmonk19) December 11, 2013
@M1trafficNSW nite work. Slows u up heaps
— Jon Alchin (@JonAlchin) December 11, 2013