Motorists travelling on the Hills M2 this weekend should plan their journeys, allow extra travel time and consider using alternative routes as work to install a tower crane near the motorway at Marsfield is carried out.
The tower crane will be installed adjacent to the citybound carriageway as part of maintenance work to the motorway’s northern embankment at this location.
A contraflow will be in place between the Norfolk Tunnel, North Epping and Culloden Road Bridge, Marsfield from 8pm on Friday 22 November until 5am Monday 25 November.
At least one citybound lane and two westbound lanes will be open at all times.
Traffic control will be in place and the speed limit reduced to 40km/h in the work zone.
Pennant Hills Road and Beecroft Road on-ramps will be closed between 8am and 7pm on Saturday 23, and Sunday 24 November to control the number of vehicles and flow of traffic on the motorway.
Motorists are asked to consider using alternative routes such as Epping Road, Carlingford Road and Pennant Hills Road where clearways will be in place.
Cyclists are also reminded access to the citybound carriageway east of Pennant Hills is closed. Citybound cyclists must divert off the motorway at Pennant Hills Road. There are no access restrictions to westbound cyclists.
For further information about the maintenance work at Marsfield visit hillsm2.com.au or call 1800 196 266.