The $801 million North-South Corridor – Torrens Road to River Torrens project in South Australia is now complete and opened to traffic at the weekend.
The Western Australian Government has provided the program with a nearly $30M funding injection, which will go towards safety works including road widening, realignment and intersection upgrades.
The tender for ‘Enabling Works’ – the relocation of underground utilities, intersection upgrades, new traffic lights and more, ahead of Parramatta Light Rail construction – has been awarded.
The Federal Government has announced the successful contractor to deliver the upgrade, which aims to improve connections along the freight route to Lobethal in South Australia.
Safety works have begun on the $11.63 million upgrade of the New England Highway between Warwick and Wallangarra.
Nine metropolitan blackspots will be upgraded as part of the South Australian Government’s recent multimillion-dollar investment in road safety infrastructure improvements across Adelaide.