Peak-hour traffic is expected to be heavily delayed on one of Sydney’s major arterial road due to fallen wires.

The Pacific Highway was closed in both directions near Kissing Point Road in Turramurra about 7am on Thursday.

One northbound lane and all southbound lanes reopened about an hour later.

Motorists are advised to avoid the area or expect lengthy delays.

The low-hanging wires are a result of a truck crash.

Causing further headaches for NSW motorists, meanwhile, two of the three southbound lanes of the M1 were closed at Wyong on the Central Coast.

A five-kilometre queue of traffic began forming about 6.30am.

The delays are the result of road damage, with repairs expected to continue through peak hour.

It’s believed a number of cars have been damaged after driving through the area.

Drivers are being advised to take another route.

This is a developing story. More to come.

Sydney traffic expected to be delayed on M1 Motorway due to road damage repairs
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