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Bells Line of Road expected to partly re-open under traffic control this week | Central Western Daily

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Despite this week’s fears the Bells Line of Road could be cut off for months it was announced on Wednesday evening the major route linking the Central West to Sydney will, in fact, is expected to be partly re-opened in the next 48 hours. Transport for NSW crews assessed the road after it was extensively damaged during last month’s extreme weather event, with reports deeming the route is capable of sustaining controlled traffic in both directions, within the next 48 hours too. The road has been shut off between Bell and Berambing since March 21 after landslides impacted the integrity of the road and slope near Mount Tomah and it remained closed as…



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