6 May 2015 Emergency Road Closure

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6 May 2015 Emergency Road Closure

To accommodate the movements of a crane associated with the installation of a temporary bridge at Mount Coramba Forest Road, a section of Central Bucca Road will be closed tonight (May 6) between 6.30pm and 1am.

The closed section will start at Sealy Lookout on Bruxner Park Road and extend to the northern side of Powicks Bridge on Central Bucca Road between Mardells and Wear Roads.

Traffic control will be installed at the junction of the Pacific Highway and Bruxner Park Road and the other side of Powick's Bridge to warn motorists of the closure.

Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.