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Byron Shire
May 22, 2022

Heavy traffic on Pac Hwy

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The Pacific Highway is experiencing heavy traffic, especially in the Kempsey region, and motorists heading south are advised to allow extra travelling time.

An earlier multiple pile-up between a b-double truck and several cars at Macksville has since cleared but the RTA is urging drivers to use extra caution on the roads.

Drivers are reminded that double demerit points are in force from today.

For latest updates on traffic conditions go to livetraffic.rta.nsw.gov.au


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