DRIVERS were feeling the brunt of traffic delays this morning after hundreds of vehicles were found banked up at multiple Edward Street intersections during peak hour traffic.
Vehicles came to stop at the traffic light intersection of Edward and Tarcutta streets with motorists travelling towards the city centre via Lake Albert Road coming to a halt as far back as the traffic lights at Copland Street.
Meanwhile, Transport NSW live traffic map showed congestion on appraoch to the Pearson Street roundabout during the morning peak.
The congestion comes four days after the closure of Eunony Bridge.
Wagga City Council had warned the intersection would be problematic following the closure of Eunony Bridge.
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The council's senior project manager Silas Darby said while while the works are underway, traffic is expected to increase through the centre of Wagga.
"We understand the bridge closure will affect the community in the short term, and we thank everyone for their patience and understanding," he said.
The bridge will be closed until August 1.