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Grange Greenway

The Grange Greenway follows the alignment of the Grange railway line. The current phase of the project will create a continuous 3km route from the Seaton Park railway station to the Outer Harbor Greenway at Woodville. A new crossing signal, new shared use paths and improvements to local roads will link together the Greenway.

Map of Grange Greenway

New shared use path alongside Woodville railway station

Image showing construction progress of Grange Greenway path at Woodville

Status: Completed (June 2015)

An existing footpath alongside the Woodville railway station was widened to accommodate people riding bikes as well as walking and made safer with new lighting. The new path extends from Rowley Tce to Woodville Rd.

A parallel path along the other side of the station was built as part of the Outer Harbor Greenway

New Port Rd crossing signal, Woodville West

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Status: Completed (2013)

A new crossing signal provides allows cyclists and pedestrians to safely cross Port Rd near Rowley Tce.

New shared use path, Woodville West

Status: Completed (2012)

As part of The Square at Woodville West development, a new shared use path connects two ends of the existing BikeDirect route following Alma Tce. The path was built in partnership with RenewalSA.