Bruce Freeway delays stretch to 25km on the way in which again from Sunshine Coast

A multi-vehicle crash mixed with common Sunday congestion to create a 25-kilometre, apparently 50-minute headache for southbound drivers on the Bruce Freeway north of Brisbane.

Whereas delays had eased considerably by 6pm, site visitors digicam photographs confirmed drivers caught in bumper-to-bumper southbound site visitors heading in direction of Brisbane all through Sunday afternoon.

A south-facing traffic camera shows delays on the Bruce Highway at Glasshouse Mountains about 3pm on Sunday.

A south-facing site visitors digicam exhibits delays on the Bruce Freeway at Glasshouse Mountains about 3pm on Sunday.Credit score:Division of Transport & Essential Roads

Australian Visitors Community reporter Jason McLean mentioned the quantity of site visitors heading to Brisbane created about 10 kilometres of congestion from Glasshouse Mountains to Elimbah earlier than a separate crash brought on an additional eight kilometres of delays from Morayfield to Caboolture and the 2 drawback sections ultimately merged.

The outcome was 25 kilometres of bumper-to-bumper site visitors, a delay Google Maps estimated would value drivers 50 minutes as of 3pm.