Uriarra Crossing closed by the rising river

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THE ACT Government is advising road users that Uriarra Crossing is closed due to recent wet weather.

The following crossings and roads are still closed due to wet weather:

  • Point Hut Crossing
  • Sunshine Crossing
  • Angle Crossing
  • Mount Franklin Road closed at Aggie Gate
  • Boboyan Road is closed to all traffic except four-wheel-drive vehicles from where the road becomes dirt

The closures of both Uriarra Crossing and Point Hut Crossing will be reassessed at approximately 2.30 pm today, for the possibility of reopening for afternoon peak traffic.

Oaks Estate Crossing reopened yesterday.

For up-to-date information on road closures please call Access Canberra on 13 22 81 or visit tams.act.gov.au


It’s now re-opened:

The ACT Government wishes to advise motorists and other road users that Uriarra Crossing has reopened following its closure earlier today.

Point Hut Crossing remains closed due to recent wet weather and will be reviewed at 6 am tomorrow, Friday 28 August 2015.

The following crossings and roads are also still closed due to water levels:

· Sunshine Crossing

· Angle Crossing

· Mount Franklin Road closed at Aggie Gate

· Boboyan Road is closed to all traffic except four-wheel-drive vehicles from where the road becomes dirt

Oaks Estate Crossing reopened yesterday.

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