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A $1.5-MILLION upgrade
to the Thiele Highway, Dav-
eyston Road and Hanson
Street intersection in Freeling
is nearing completion.
The staggered T-intersection
upgrade, a joint project between
Light Regional Council, the
Transport Department and Lan-
ser Communities, had been de-
layed due to wet weather.
However, Light Council strat-
egy and development manager
Nathan Cunningham said con-
struction on the intersection was
now nearly finished.
Due to ongoing wet weather,
the final stage of the project has
been delayed until the weather
conditions are appropriate for
sealing," he said.
"Road users on the Thiele
Highway, Daveyston Road and
Hanson Street can expect mini-
mal delays due to traffic control
during this time and we ask driv-
ers to be patient and understand-
ing of this inconvenience given
the long-term safety benefits pro-
vided by the works."
The upgrade will see safety im-
provements including protected
right-hand turning lanes from
the Thiele Highway into Hanson
Street and Daveyston Road and
a left-hand deceleration turning
lane from the Thiele Highway
into Hanson Street.
Other improvements include
unimpeded through-lanes on the
Thiele Highway, the removal of
a crest in the northern approach
to the intersection to improve
sight lines and safe-stopping sight
distances and the lighting at the
newly created T-junctions.
The intersection remains a con-
struction site and Mr Cunning-
ham urged road users to abide by
the posted reduced speed limit.
If you are concerned over the
road surface and wearing condi-
tion during the delay, contact
Noel Harris from LR&M (8524
8555) or seek further information
from council development engi-
neer Simon Keith (8525 3200 or
Intersection near xed
CHANGES to bus services in
Gawler, Munno Para and Angle
Vale commenced on Sunday as the
State Government looks to uphold
its commitment to improve public
transport across Adelaide.
In the Gawler area, 16 services from
routes 491, 492, 493 and 494 were re-
moved due to lack of demand, while
a new service, route 462, has been in-
troduced to run between Munno Para
Shopping City and Angle Vale.
The 462 service, which will run via
Smithfield Interchange, President Av-
enue and Angle Vale Road, will oper-
ate Monday to Friday and replace the
current dial-a-ride service provided by
The new route will include a morn-
ing and afternoon path diversion to
allow the pick up and drop off of stu-
dents attending Mark Oliphant and St
Columba colleges, and it will also ser-
vice Angle Vale Retirement Estate on
A Department of Planning, Trans-
port and Infrastructure spokesperson
said the introduction of the new servic-
es was the result of ongoing feedback
from the community.
"The service will provide a consistent
route pattern for residents and, as the
service will now be part of the Adelaide
Metro ticketing system, it will enable
passengers to transfer to train services
at Smithfield station using the same
ticket or metrocard," she said.
"It is expected that this will encour-
age greater patronage of the service by
enabling commuters and students to
now travel using the same ticket."
Playford mayor Glenn Docherty said
council is "delighted" to have worked
with the department to produce such a
great outcome for residents.
He said residents in the area now
have access to a regular, reliable bus ser-
vice, which could improve their ability
to participate in the community.
"The new service is something resi-
dents have wanted and, as such, we
expect strong take-up," Mr Docherty
The new bus route is a win for coun-
cil, which lobbied the State Govern-
ment for additional services in the
Information regarding changes to
bus routes can be found by visiting
Angle Vale on route
The new 462 route commenced on Sunday and will run between Munno Para
Shopping City and Angle Vale via Smith eld Interchange, President Avenue and
Angle Vale Road.
PHOTO: Mary Ackers
" DPTI SPOKESPERSON
It is expected that
this will encourage greater
patronage of the service by
enabling commuters and
students to now travel using the
Gawler - too lovely to litter
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