Major traffic delays on the Sydney Harbour Bridge after a crash at the Warringah Freeway closing off three city bound lanes
- Multi-vehicle crash on Warringah Freeway sparks Sydney Harbour Bridge chaos
- Crash closed three of the four southbound lanes, which have all since reopened
- Significant delays expected as Sydneysiders face a lengthy commute to work
Hundreds of Sydneysiders are facing a long commute to work after a multi-vehicle crash on the Warringah Freeway, sparking major delays on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The collision closed three southbound lanes in North Sydney near Mount Street.
‘Three of four southbound lanes closed on Warringah Fwy approaching Mount St due to a multi-vehicle crash. Traffic’s heavy through the area, expect significant delays,’ Live Traffic Sydney tweeted.
Hundreds of motorists and commuters are facing lengthy delays getting to work on Thursday
There are no reports of any injuries, according to emergency services.
All southbound lanes has since reopened.
‘Allow extra time as heavy traffic eases,’ Live Traffic Sydney tweeted.
Motorists across Sydney face a lengthy commute on Thursday morning due to a number of other incidents on some of the city’s busiest roads.
Several eastbound lanes on the M2 in the Beecroft Tunnel were closed due to a motorcycle crash while traffic on the Eastern Distributor remains heavy due to an earlier three-vehicle crash.
Further south in Caringbah, three westbound lanes remain closed on Captain Cook Drive after a truck and car collided.
Three southbound lanes were closed to a multi-vehicle crash. All lanes have since reopened