Latest on roads and public transport services affected by flooding at 2:55pm

National Road Transport Association

Wakehurst Parkway has reopened between Narrabeen and Oxford Falls after being closed due to flooding.

But many other roads remain closed, with motorists and public transport passengers still advised to avoid non-essential travel in parts of the state affected by the severe weather.

Around Sydney:

  • Heathcote to Lucas Heights – Heathcote Road is closed between the Princes Highway and New Illawarra Road.
  • Oxford Falls – Oxford Falls Road is closed at Wakehurst Parkway.
  • Milperra – Newbridge Road is closed between Henry Lawson Drive and Governor Macquarie Drive.
  • Windsor – Windsor Bridge is closed between Wilberforce Road and George Street. Sections of Wilberforce and Pitt Town roads are also closed.
  • North Richmond – Richmond Bridge is closed in both directions.
  • Yarramundi – Yarramundi Bridge is closed in both directions.
  • Wallacia to Glenmore Park – Mulgoa Road is closed in both directions between Park Road/Silverdale Road and Glenmore Parkway.
  • In the Royal National Park – Audley Weir is closed in both directions.
  • T1 Western Line – buses are replacing trains between Schofields and Richmond due to flooding on the tracks.
  • F1 Manly ferries – buses are replacing ferries between Circular Quay and Manly due to large swell.
  • F3 Parramatta River ferries – alternative transport is running between Parramatta and Rydalmere due to the weir overflowing.
  • Many bus services are affected by flooding across Sydney and may divert at short notice or terminate early.

In the Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Highlands:

  • South Coast Line – trains are not running between Kiama and Bomaderry due to a tree blocking the track.
  • Southern Highlands Line – trains are not running between Campbelltown and Moss Vale due to flooding on the tracks.

In the Hunter:

  • Whittingham – the Golden Highway closed in both directions between New England Highway and Putty Road.
  • Hunter Line – trains are not running between Newcastle Interchange, Scone and Dungog due to flooding on the tracks at Sandgate.

In addition to state managed roads, some local roads managed by councils may also be affected.

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