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Connect - 7 August 2020
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Connecting in a fresh way
Welcome to Connect, where each week we will share with you some highlights from what’s happening across our department, key milestones and achievements, important information for our day-to-day work and, of course, some of the great feedback we receive.
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Offering our partners a look at the future
An outstanding effort by the team who put together our Projects Pipeline presentation to industry at the Adelaide Convention Centre this week.
This was a premium event attracting more than 500 industry leaders - appropriately socially distanced - in person and another 400 joining through an online livestream.
Engaging with potential industry partners well ahead of the release of projects means they can look to the future and confidently plan tenders and workflows.
The view from the back of the auditorium.
Oaklands continuing winning ways
The new Oaklands railway station has picked up another award, this time taking out the top infrastructure category at the Landscape Architecture Institute Awards.
In part, the award citation read "the jury commends the high-quality outcome delivered for the public domain of the Oaklands station precinct. The project demonstrates a clear and integrated strategy by the landscape architects to generate a complimentary language, connecting the rail infrastructure to the streets and surrounding neighbourhood".
This is well-deserved praise and we should feel proud to have SA leading the way in delivery of rail corridor infrastructure.
Helping emergency workers to stay safe
A targeted campaign to help protect emergency workers is getting the word out to owners of electric, hybrid and hydrogen powered vehicles that they must have safety stickers on their registration plates.
When emergency responders arrive at an incident involving a vehicle, the stickers are critical to helping them quickly assess what precautions they need to take.
Owners of these vehicles built or modified after 1 January 2019 are legally required to display the number plate safety labels, while owners of those built or modified before 1 January 2019 are recommended to display number plate safety labels.
Anything we can do to make sure people comply will make a big difference to community safety.
Painting a path to community fun
The Regency Road to Pym Street Project has partnered with the City Of Charles Sturt to deliver community art installations that include Stobie pole art on Packard Avenue, at Croydon Park.
The team has collaborated with residents for design ideas and then worked with local artist Tracey Davis to bring the ideas to life.
Tracey is assisting by painting the art outlines in preparation for the painting day, where residents work together to complete the artwork.
Some of the residents are elderly and not able to participate but they still had the opportunity to request a design that meant something to them.
Shining a light on rail safety
Next week is Rail Safety Week across Australia, which is an important time for our department.
Our transport staff in particular are acutely aware of the importance of safe behaviour around the rail corridor to prevent harm to pedestrians, road users, passengers and ourselves.
Watch out for more information next week and for your opportunity to take the RailSAFE Pledge online. Rail Safety Week runs from 10 – 16 August.
Darlington open and up to speed
What an exciting time it was this week as all new lanes in the Darlington Upgrade Project lowered motorway were opened, with the speed limit lifted to 80km/h between the Southern Expressway and Ayliffes Road.
This is a great moment for South Australia, with another major section of the North-South Corridor offering faster and safer travel. Well done to the teams involved.
Creating better options for commuters
People travelling from Adelaide’s north-east to the city now have a great new option, with the opening of the Paradise Park ‘n’ Ride facility this week.
The project has delivered an additional 357 car parking spaces, increasing the total number of parks to 815. In addition, 24 motorcycle and more than 30 bicycle parking spaces have been delivered.
This is all great news for commuters and the environment, creating the potential for more people to save time and expense by using public transport while reducing the number of cars on the roads.