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With all five overpasses opened to traffic and most of the roadwork laid, the final touches are added to the expressway including the installation of overhead lighting; the laying of asphalt paving and reflectors and domes to delineate lanes; the erection of fixed and movable traffic signs on the approaches and main sections of the expressway; the issuing of traffic maps and the landscaping of side areas.
The first section of the Warringah Expressway was opened to traffic on 18 June 1968 by the then Governor of New South Wales, Sir Roden Cutler.
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