Two truck fires causing significant delays for motorists on the M1 Pacific Motorway on Wednesday, January 15

File image: Emergency services are on scene.
File image: Emergency services are on scene.

UPDATE

ALL northbound lanes of the M1 Pacific Motorway are now open after earlier truck fires at Bar Point and Berowra, and an earlier truck breakdown at Mount White.

One northbound lane of the motorway was closed just past Jolls Bridge, as well as just past the Berowra on-ramp.

Traffic is still heavy so motorists should continue to allow plenty of extra travel time.

For the latest traffic information, visit www.livetraffic.com, download the Live Traffic NSW app or call 132 701.

EARLIER

MOTORISTS travelling north on the M1 Pacific Motorway are experiencing significant delays this afternoon due to two separate truck fires in Bar Point and Berowra.

Motorists are advised to avoid the areas and delay their trips.

In Bar Point, there are now two northbound lanes open on the motorway just past Jolls Bridge as the salvage and clean-up continues after an early-morning truck fire.

One northbound lane remains closed past the site.

In Berowra, one of three northbound lanes is closed just past the Berowra on-ramp, along with the on-ramp from the Pacific Highway.

Motorists who need to travel can consider using the Pacific Highway instead, but should allow extra time.

Anyone needing to travel between Sydney and the Central Coast can also consider catching a Central Coast and Newcastle line train.

Emergency services and traffic crews are at both incidents.

For the latest traffic information, visit livetraffic.com, download the Live Traffic NSW app, or call 132 701.

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