ACT State Emergency Service Chief Officer Tony Graham expects all outstanding jobs to be completed by tonight ahead more rain tomorrow.
There are still just over 100 calls for help remaining.
The BOM is forecasting up to 30mm of rain again from tomorrow to lunchtime on Sunday.
Motorists are reminded that the following roads and crossings are closed as a result of rain:
The Kings Highway between the Molonglo River and the access to Defence Building Joint Operations Headquarters has been reduced back to one lane after peak so that repair work can continue.
Morisset Road in Mitchell (access to Bimberi Youth Justice Centre is via Wells Station Road)
Cotter Road is closed at Casuarina Sands.
Tidbinbilla Road is closed at the intersection of Booroomba Road through to Paddys River Road.
Corin Road at the intersection with Paddy’s River Road
Paddy’s River Road (local residents will still have access)
Naas Road closed one kilometre south of Tharwa as Spring Station Creek has flooded
The Naas Road bridge over the Gudgenby River near Top Naas has been breached by water and may be structurally unsafe.
Local residents should not attempt to cross this bridge until it has been assessed once the river level has dropped. In the meantime barricades are being erected.
Smiths Road Bridge is also closed until further notice. Boboyan Road Apollo Road Bendora Dam Road Orroral Valley Road Brindabella Road at the start of the dirt section to the NSW border Mount Franklin Road Uriarra Crossing Swamp Creek Crossing Coppins Crossing Point Hut Crossing Oaks Estate Crossing Sunshine Crossing Angle Crossing Molonglo Gorge Road All mountain roads in Namadgi National Park.
Motorists who come across pot holes are urged to report them to Canberra Connect on 13 22 81 or via the Fix My Street website available at www.canberraconnect.act.gov.au.
You can also view a map of the current road closures below.
The ACT State Emergency Service has 113 jobs outstanding.
The total number of calls remains at 531. ACT-Road-Closures-2-03-2012-9am.pdf
Two lanes of the Kings Highway between the Molonglo River and the access to Defence Building Joint Operations Headquarters have reopened for the peak period this morning.
The road will be reduced to one lane after peak so that repair work can continue.
Motorists are urged to drive with care through the affected area.
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has now received a total of 531 calls for help since 3pm Tuesday.
A breakdown of jobs earlier this morning showed most calls from Tuggeranong 146 and Belconnen 106.
Other figures were Woden 78, Gungahlin 57 and North Canberra 41.
Anyone requiring emergency flood help can call the ACTSES on 132 500.