10 November 2016 Traffic Changes in CBD

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10 November 2016 Traffic Changes in CBD

Changed traffic conditions CBD November 2016

 Changes to traffic flow are now in place in the CBD following the opening of the Duke Street Extension.

The main change is that there is no longer a right-hand turn into Coff Street from the northern end of Gordon Street. Traffic heading from the south to Duke Street, or to the eastern end of Coff Street, should turn right at the Vernon Street/Gordon Street roundabout.

Signage and road markings are in place and drivers are asked to note the change and avoid attempting to make a right-hand turn into Coff Street from Gordon Street.

Drivers should also note that there is no right-hand turn into the Duke Street Extension for vehicles travelling west along Harbour Drive. This option was only available when the works were temporarily opened in July.

However, now that the roadway is fully open, drivers heading west that want to access Duke Street should turn right at the new traffic lights and right again at the Vernon Street/Gordon Street roundabout.