Great Western Highway at Raglan

Bells Line of Road at Mount Tomah

Following the extreme weather event in March 2021, there have been significant impacts to Bells Line of Road. Transport for NSW is undertaking essential investigation and rehabilitation work to return the road to full capacity.

Ground penetrating radar marks on Bells Line of Road at Mount Tomah – this is the technology we use to see what is going underneath the road
Ground penetrating radar marks on Bells Line of Road at Mount Tomah – this is the technology we use to see what is going underneath the road

Latest news

MAY 2021

MAY 2021Bells Line to reopen to two lanes

Bells Line of Road has reopened to two lanes of traffic at Mount Tomah following the removal of concrete barriers overnight.

18 May 2021 community update (PDF, 363Kb)

MAY 2021

MAY 2021Bells Line of Road reopen

Transport for NSW has completed initial investigations and rehabilitation work, and it is now possible to travel along Bells Line of Road, under changed traffic conditions.

03 May 2021 community update (PDF, 391Kb)

APR 2021

APR 2021Work starts on highway duplication from Kelso to Raglan

Transport for NSW has now completed further investigations of Bells Line of Road, following 16mm of rain that resulted in a minor tension crack above the road east of Mt Tomah.

09 April 2021 community update (PDF, 85.5Kb)

Project information

Great Western Highway upgrade Kelso to Raglan Westbound from Napoleon Street

Project documents

 

Contact us

Phone: 1800 167 499
Email: western.projects@transport.nsw.gov.au

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