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  • Tips for driving in tunnels

    Tips for driving in tunnels

    How to drive through tunnels safely

    • Turn on your radio to listen to tunnel safety warnings and emergency information
    • Take your sunglasses off (unless they are prescription glasses)
    • Pay attention to the messages displayed on the electronic message boards
    • Avoid changing lanes
    • Maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you
    • Turn your headlights on to enhance visibility
    • Do not use tunnels if you drive an over-height vehicle
    • Ensure your load is safely secured, especially in open tray vehicles

    Variable speed limits operate on the network and are enforced. Speed cameras are located in toll road tunnels and link to variable speed limit signs. These are operated and maintained by Roads and Maritime Services.

  • What should I do if my vehicle breaks down in a tunnel?

    What should I do if my vehicle breaks down in a tunnel?

    Our cameras monitor traffic conditions 24 hours a day. If you break down or crash in a tunnel, an incident response team will be sent out right away.

    If you break down in a tunnel you should:

    • drive out of the tunnel or, if this isn't possible, try to stop in a right or left lane
    • turn on your hazard lights and radio and switch off your engine
    • remain in your vehicle unless there‚Äôs a fire or you're asked to evacuate by the control room
    • in an evacuation, look for the running man symbols and flashing lights for a safe exit point

    If you need to call for help, use the emergency telephones in the tunnel. Alternatively you can use your mobile phone to call:

    Sydney & Brisbane

    Linkt: 13 33 31

    Melbourne

    CityLink: 13 26 69 
    EastLink: 9955 1400

  • What should I do if my vehicle breaks down on a toll road?

    What should I do if my vehicle breaks down on a toll road?

    If your vehicle breaks down on a toll road

    • Stop your vehicle in an emergency stopping lane or breakdown bay
    • Switch on your hazard lights
    • If safe to do so, exit the vehicle from the passenger side and wait behind a safety barrier until help arrives
    • If you need to call for help, contact us using one of the emergency phones, or dial 13 33 31 from your mobile phone

    If you are unable to stop in an emergency lane or breakdown bay

    • Park as close to the side of the road as possible
    • Turn on your hazard lights
    • Exit your vehicle and wait behind a safety barrier until help arrives
    • If you can't get to a barrier, and if it's safe to do so, remain in your car until help arrives

    All toll roads are monitored via cameras. We will send assistance to tow your vehicle.

  • What is the speed limit on Australian toll roads?

    What is the speed limit on Australian toll roads?

    Speed limits on Australia's toll roads vary depending on state or territory laws.

    Variable speed limits operate on the toll road network and are enforced. Changing speed limits at different times through the day helps ease traffic congestion and improves safety around roadworks.

    Fixed speed cameras may be located on toll roads and link to variable speed limit signs. 

    Look for electronic speed signs located above the lanes to find out the current speed limit for the toll road you're on.

  • Incidents

    Incidents

    When a traffic incident occurs on a toll road, it can seriously disrupt traffic flow. Speed limits may be lowered to ensure safety around the incident.

    To check for active incidents, visit the incident updates page for the state you're in.

    Traffic update pages:

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