Posted: 25 February, 2015
Traffic Chaos On The Sydney Harbour Bridge
Transport Management Centre: All Harbour Bridge lanes are now OPEN
All lanes of the Sydney Harbour Bridge have reopened following a six vehicle accident on the deck of the bridge this morning.
However, traffic is heavy on all approaching roads to the Sydney CBD and motorists are advised to continue to expect significant delays throughout this morning's peak.
Motorists are urged to leave the car at home and consider using trains or ferries to cross the harbour this morning.
Additionally, citybound buses that normally travel over the Sydney Harbour Bridge continue to terminate at North Sydney train station, some buses are delayed up to one hour.
Citybound buses using Victoria Road and the Anzac Bridge are also delayed up to one hour due to heavy traffic.
Buses using the M2 are starting and terminating at Macquarie Park.
Bus passengers are able to use their tickets on trains, ferries and light rail in the Sydney metropolitan area.
Previously: The Sydney Harbour Bridge is closed northbound and two lanes southbound, due to a multi vehicle smash.
Motorists are advised to avoid the bridge if possible for the morning peakhour.
If you are heading north you can use Ryde Bridge as an alternative, while southbound motorists should consider using the Harbour tunnel.
Emergency services and traffic crews are on site with two people taken to hospital- one to St Vincents in a serious condition while the other in a stable condition at Royal North Shore.
Ambulance media has no details on what injuries are
Citybound buses that normally travel across the bridge are terminating at North Sydney Station.
Passengers can use tickets on trains as an alternative.
NSW Police Statement: Inquiries continue after crash on Sydney Harbour Bridge
Inquiries are continuing after a crash on the Sydney Harbour Bridge this morning (Wednesday 25 February 2015).
The crash, which involved a number of vehicles, occurred shortly before 6.45am. A number of people are being assessed on site by ambulance paramedics
Motorists are advised to consider using public transport as there are heavy delays in both directions.
For the latest on road conditions, motorists should check www.livetraffic.com
Anyone with information on the events leading up to the crash should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.