MOTORISTS are being warned to expect delays after a four-vehicle crash closed the Sydney Harbour Bridge this morning.
ALL lanes on the Sydney Harbour Bridge have reopened following a four-vehicle crash, but commuters are being warned to expect delays.
The peak-hour smash at 8.15am on Wednesday involved a motorcyclist and three vehicles, and caused multiple lane closures for more than hour.
Northbound traffic is beginning to return to normal but there’s still heavy traffic for those travelling towards the city.
SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE: Northbound traffic is returning to normal. Southbound traffic is still heavy, continue to allow extra time.
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Bus services crossing the bridge are also experiencing delays.
This morning paramedics raced to the scene and attended to an injured male motorcyclist believed to be in his 50s, who has since been transported to Royal North Shore Hospital suffering from leg and back pain in a stable condition.
Online Source News.com.au.