Traffic conditions remain changed on the Mitchell Highway, near the Dunkeld Road, due to damage to the median safety barrier following an accident on Wednesday night, which is expected to repaired at some stage on Friday.
Motorists are still advised to take caution as traffic remains affected in both directions, but particularly for those travelling westbound.
A reduced speed limit of 60 kilometres an hour remains in place on the highway just west of Bathurst after a car crashed into the median guard rail on Wednesday evening, causing damage to the wiring on the safety barrier.
Emergency services responded to reports of the accident just after 5.30pm on Wednesday evening, with NSW Police and Fire and Rescue NSW crews attending the scene.
The car was travelling westbound and as a result traffic was heavily impacted immediately after the incident, with one lane in that direction closed as the vehicle was removed, traffic control was put in place to manage the flow.
A spokesperson from the NSW Traffic Management Centre confirmed repair is expected to take place on Friday at some stage, motorists are advised to check Live Traffic for conditions.
NSW Ambulance paramedics did not attend the incident, it is believed the driver of the vehicle was uninjured.
The cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.
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