Restricted access has been restored to Kangaroo Valley from the north west on Moss Vale Road at Barrengarry Mountain from Friday July 1 from 5 pm, weather permitting.
In a Facebook video, Kiama MP Gareth Ward thanked the residents of Kangaroo Valley for their patience.
"The impacts of flooding on this community has been great," he said.
"I'm pleased the road will be on July 1.
"I know this has been a hard time on the valley but I want to thank all the workers that have worked so hard to bring this work forward.
"It's terrific news for the community."
Two lanes will be open from 5pm returning to the speed limit of 60 km/h.
Two sections of the road will be open with single lane access only while work continues. Traffic control and reduced speed limit of 40 km/h will be in place at these locations.
Road users are advised to allow five minutes additional travel time, drive to the conditions, and follow the directions of signs and traffic control.
Work towards restoring two lane access is ongoing and is expected to take up to two months in some sections to complete, weather permitting.
Future night work and further planned road closures will be required.
While interim repair works have been completed at some sites to allow opening of the road, there are additional locations that still require long-term restoration over the next two years.
Berrima Buslines will continue to provide the additional route 810 bus services for another week during this transition period. This service will stop after the last trip on Friday July 8. We will adjust the additional services timetable in the coming days.
Transport for NSW reminds road users to remain patient at traffic control points for the safety of workers and the travelling community.
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