A Canberra woman will face a Goulburn court charged with causing a police pursuit on the Hume Highway on Sunday.
Meanwhile, police have arrested a 30-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man at a home in Sutton on Sunday night after a similar police pursuit on the Federal Highway, sparking a manhunt for the pair.
The pursuit began after highway patrol officers spotted two cars allegedly being driven dangerously on the Hume Highway near Marulan at 7.20am on Sunday.
A police chase started after both cars, a Toyota Camry and a Subaru Impreza, failed to pull over.
The Camry was stopped by police after road spikes were used near the intersection of the Hume Highway with the Federal Highway.
A woman from Flynn and a man were arrested at the scene and taken to Goulburn police station.
The 36-year-old woman was charged with driving more than 45km/h over the speed limit, driving while disqualified and not stopping for police officers, causing a pursuit.
She was refused bail on Sunday and appeared before Goulburn Local Court on Monday, where she was again denied bail.
The Flynn woman is expected to appear before the same court again on Tuesday.
The man arrested from the Camry was released without charge.
The Subaru managed to avoid the road spikes at the highway intersection, before the police chase was abandoned due to dangerous driving.
More road spikes were used at the Sutton Road overpass, before the Subaru stopped just before Eaglehawk.
The 30-year-old woman and 34-year-old man were seen escaping on foot from the scene by police.
A search for the pair was then carried out by police officers from NSW and the ACT.
The duo remained on the run for several hours before they were arrested at a property on Vaughan Drive in Sutton.
They were then taken to Queanbeyan police station and issued a future court attendance notice for trespass offences.
The pair was then released.
Investigations into the incident are continuing.