Inland travellers appear to have been forgotten in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Seroja. In a photo provided to The West, more than 100 trucks can be seen lining the side of Great Northern Highway in WA’s Mid West region. They are among the hundreds of trucks and caravans stranded at Cue and Mount Magnet with major roads cut and scant information in the wake of the cyclone, according to “frustrated” travellers. “The biggest frustration is the lack of information, we are directed to a website which is updated infrequently at best and gives no clue as to when the road will open,”tourists Nathan and Sarah Miller said. “Yesterday we were cut-off completely, no mobile, landline or internet coverage for 8 hours, with ABC radio only reporting on coastal disruptions”. “Truckies and travellers alike are growing increasingly frustrated as Main Roads fails to inform us when this strategic freight link (their words from website) will reopen,” said Mr Miller. “Rumours are rife and filling the gap, we’ve heard anything from open midday today to 2 days time.” The issues are the critical WA northern supply line is cut and towns are starting to run out of essentials or milk and bread, Mr Miller said “In Mt Magnet, people retuning from the Karijini festival are looking at their third night sleeping by the road in swags.” Toll truck driver Tennessee Swanson has been stuck at Cue since Sunday. Mr Miller said there was no information whatsoever on when roads will be opened.