Impacts to NSW State roads and rail lines from natural disasters

During natural disasters key freight routes along State roads can be closed for extended durations.

Current road and rail line closure information

When road and rail lines are closed Transport for NSW needs to assess the overall impact of natural disasters on our assets and undertake safety reviews and inspections.

Our focus is always to prioritise safety for all customers, effectively assess the damage and re-open the roads and rail lines that will keep people and freight moving.

The purpose of this webpage is to provide information about estimated timeframes to re-open affected transport assets.

For all real time traffic and route information updates, please visit LiveTraffic

Transport for NSW encourages all freight operators to check the Restricted Access Vehicle interactive map to determine appropriate alternative routes for their combination.

Please visit the State Emergency Service (SES) website for all current evacuation orders that are still in place.

The current State road closures associated with natural disasters are listed below, with information on damage and safety assessments. This page is updated as required, but please consult live traffic as well to plan your route on the day of travel.

Information is correct as of 16 June 2022.


  • Moss Vale Road between Myra Vale Road Barfield Road
    Extensive remedial work is required on Moss Vale Road at both Cambewarra Mountain and Barrengary Mountain.
    • The road remains completely closed between Bunkers Hill Rd and 2999 Moss Vale Rd, in both directions.
    • Access to Kangaroo Valley through to Cambewarra, is by escort only and operates 24/7 from the following locations:
      • Departing intersection of Moss Vale Rd and Barfield Rd, Cambewarra, into Kangaroo Valley – on the hour. (e.g. 5pm, 6pm)
      • Departing intersection of Moss Vale Rd and Kangaroo Valley Rd, out of Kangaroo Valley – on the half-hour (e.g. 5:30pm, 6:30pm)

Restricted access will be restored to Moss Vale Road at Barrengarry Mountain by the end of July weather permitting and provided no further issues are discovered during the ongoing repair work.

The shuttle bus services will remain in place until restricted access can be provided for road users.

For more information on this project visit

March 2021 floods

In March 2021, NSW experienced a once in a 100 year weather event causing floods across many regional and metropolitan areas.

More information and community updates on the four major impacted corridors is available here:

Please visit LiveTraffic for information on road closures and alternative routes on the day of your travel.

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