O-Bahn City Access Project - Dequetteville Terrace and Rundle Road intersection works
12 October 2017
As part of the O-Bahn City Access Project, asphalt night works will be undertaken at the intersection of Dequetteville Terrace and Rundle Road, between 8pm and 6am from Monday 16 October to Thursday 19 October 2017, weather permitting.
Asphalt works will be undertaken on the eastern side of Dequetteville Terrace between King William Street and Capper Street from Monday 16 October and Tuesday 17 October, with access to Rundle Road from Dequetteville Terrace maintained.
There will be no access from Dequetteville Terrace to Little Rundle Street and Rundle Street, with detours in place.
Works will be undertaken on the western side of Dequetteville Terrace between King William Street and Capper Street from Wednesday 18 October and Thursday 19 October, with access to Rundle Street from Dequetteville Terrace maintained.
There will be no access from Dequetteville Terrace to Rundle Road, with detours in place.
North and southbound traffic along Dequetteville Terrace will be maintained at all times, however speed and lane restrictions will be in place in the vicinity of the works. Signage will be in place to advise motorists of the changed traffic.
Some noise can be expected while the asphalt works are completed, however every effort will be made to minimise disturbance to local residents and businesses.
Road users are advised to take extra care when workers are on site and observe traffic and speed restrictions. Thank you for your patience whilst these important works are undertaken.
For further information on these works and the associated traffic restrictions please visit http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/infrastructure/public_transport_projects/o-bahn_city_access
For real time roadwork information download the AddInsight app for Apple (https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/addinsight/id1099048200) or Android (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.gov.sa.addinsight), or visit the Traffic SA website at www.traffic.sa.gov.au.