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The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) advises motorists that during the afternoon of Sunday 28 August 2016 traffic will be switched to the new alignment of East Terrace between Grenfell Street and Pirie Street/Bartels Road.
DPTI’s world-leading traffic app has taken out the Innovation and Commercialisation category in the South Australian Spatial Excellence Awards.
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has been advised by the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) that industrial action including work stoppages will be undertaken by members which will impact the running of train services.
Traffic flow and safety on Greenhill Road, between Glynburn Road and Anzac Highway will be improved with a change in operating hours for clearways and bicycle lane times beginning from late August as part of Operation Moving Traffic.
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure have opened registration for the 2017 round of Way2Go Bike Ed. for primary schools.
The issue has been identified as a broken bracket on the overhead line at Marino as a result of severe winds.
In order to rectify the issue safely, power to the Seaford and Tonsley lines will be shut down at 1.30pm.
Power has been shut down on the Seaford/Tonsley Line heading towards Seaford and Tonsley. The cause is being investigated and Adelaide Metro is working with SA Power Networks to restore power as soon as possible.
South Road traffic will be switched on to the newly constructed northbound surface road, between the Outers Harbor rail line and Torrens Road, from 6am Monday 22 August 2016
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure urges all South Australian to take responsibility for rail safety and know when to cross the line.
The Mount Barker freeway interchange is now officially open – improving access, safety, and travel times for tens of thousands of people in the rapidly developing region of South Australia.