Harbor Bridge closed while Ryan Gosling filmed new movie
Coming after Martin Place is closed for filming fall guy In November, it received a $30 million federal grant to $14.5 million from state government As part of the Made in NSW Foundation.
Former Commonwealth Minister for the Arts Paul Fletcher said the production is expected to inject $244 million into the Australian economy, employ more than 1,000 cast and crew members, and over 3,000 extras.
MAJOR CLOSURES ON SUNDAY JANUARY 22
- Sydney Harbor Bridge, both directions: 3am-10am
- Cahill Expressway Circular Quay Overpass: 1:00am – 12:30pm
- Cahill Expressway Walkway: 2:30am – 12:30pm
- Cycleway and Footpath: 5:30am – 10:00am
- Exclusion Zone: 5:30am – 10:00am
- Rickson Road, Alfred Street South, Olympic Drive: 5:30am – 10:00am
The original television show, for five seasons from 1981 to 1986, featured a stuntman who used his skills and knowledge of Hollywood to track down criminals, sometimes disguised to track down various lawbreakers. was
Filming of the modern version means that Dawes Point, Milsons Point and the local roads under the Kirribilli bridges will also be closed from 5:30am to 10:00am.
Additional parking restrictions apply from 3am to 10am on North Sydney main roads and from 6am to 10am in Sydney CBD.
Collins advised pedestrians and cyclists to avoid the area during the closure and consider taking the train.
“Buses finish both sides of Sydney CBD and North Sydney SHB from 3am to 10am,” he said. “Customers can board the train and continue their journey.”
The Sydney Harbor Restricted Zone is also in effect from 5:30am to 10:00am. Ferries and private boats may be affected intermittently during filming.
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