- Park Terrace, Robe Terrace, Walkerville Terrace and Mann Road Intersection Upgrade
- State Aquatic Centre and GP Plus Health Care Centre
- Adelaide Convention Centre
- Adelaide Crafers Highway
- Bakewell Underpass
- Gawler Rail Revitalisation
- Belair Line Renewal
- Darlington Upgrade Project
- Mawson Connector
- Northern Expressway
- Port Adelaide Viaduct Upgrade
- Port River Expressway
- Sturt Highway Upgrade
- Tramline Extension - City West to Adelaide Entertainment Centre
- Tramline Extension - Victoria Square to City West
- Victor Harbor Road / Main South Road Junction
- Riverbank Bridge
- Bald Hills Road Interchange
- Humbug Scrub Roundabout
- Port Road, Queenstown bike lanes
- Penola Northern Bypass Project
- Lobethal Freight Access Upgrade
- Main South Road, Candy Road and Lander Road Intersection Upgrade
- Streets for People: Hart Street
- Regional Bridges Project
- Greenhill Road Median Safety Improvements
- Greenhill Road and Portrush Road intersection safety upgrade
- Main North Road Realignment via Anama Lane
- Park Tce/Fitzroy Tce/Torrens Rd Upgrade
- Findon Road Painted Median Scheme
- Transverse Line Marking - Cudlee Creek
- Marion Road Planning Study
- Blythewood Road Pedestrian Crossing and Painted Median Project
- Naracoorte Roundabout Upgrades
- O G Road and Turner Street Junction Upgrade
- Arthur Road
- Fosters Road Painted Median Scheme
- Main North Road/Dalkeith Road Intersection Upgrade
- Gawler Street Pedestrian Crossing, Nuriootpa
- O.G. Road and Payneham Road Junction Upgrade
- Signalisation of Bridge Road and Maxwell Road, Pooraka
- Regency Road and Churchill Road, Prospect, Intersection Upgrade
- North East Road and Sudholz Road Safety Improvements
- Main North Road Median Upgrade - George McCullum Road and Curtis Road
- Kroemer Crossing Upgrade
- Southern Expressway
- Torrens Street and Crozier Road Roundabout
- Port Road, West Lakes Boulevard and Cheltenham Parade intersection upgrade
- Fullarton Road Upgrade – Magill Road to Beulah Road
- Onkaparinga Valley Road / Woodside Road Roundabout
- Birkenhead Bridge
- Gawler East Link Road Project
- City Tram Extension
- Oaklands Crossing
- Flinders Link Project
- Railcar Depot Relocation
- Glengowrie Tram Depot Upgrade
- Stations Upgrade Program
- Adelaide Railway Station Refurbishment
- Seaford Rail Extension
- South Road Superway
- LeFevre Peninsula
- Thomas Foods International access
- Safety Upgrades on Eight Country Roads
- Stebonheath and Womma Roads Intersection Upgrade
- Stephen Terrace and Ninth Avenue
- Find your next job opportunity
- Bakewell Underpass
Eyre Peninsula Freight Study
Following a study on the future of freight transport on the Eyre Peninsula, the State Government has identified that a package of road upgrades as the best option to cater for future freight movements in the region.
The South Australian Government has concluded that given the rail corridor is no longer commercially viable for grain going forward, a package of works to upgrade roads on the Eyre Peninsula would alleviate the expected impacts from the transition of rail to road as well as deliver greater community-wide benefits.
The South Australian Government has been working closely with the Australian Government to develop this package of road works. The Australian Government has announced $100m funding to upgrade the South Australian section of the Port Augusta to Perth corridor. This commitment includes funding to upgrade roads on the Eyre Peninsula in response to the closure of the rail corridor.
The package of works will focus on enhancing road safety and community amenity, particularly in and around high-traffic areas following the expected transition of freight from rail to road.
Works undertaken could include:
- Overtaking lanes
- Road widening and shoulder sealing
- Road safety improvements
The SA Government will work closely with local councils to identify opportunities to improve road safety outcomes as part of this package of works.
The Eyre Peninsula Freight Study (PDF, 18456 KB) considered a number of options for keeping the existing freight rail line open on the Eyre Peninsula.
Built more than 100 years ago, the railway is now limited in sections to 20 kph operating speeds and wagon loads not exceeding 12 tonnes per axle.
The study identified that the cost to upgrade the rail network would be around $150 million dollars, with no guarantee that there will be sufficient grain volumes to justify this investment.
An option to retain the Cummins to Port Lincoln line was considered, contingent on Genesee & Wyoming Australia (GWA) and Viterra agreeing this was a viable long-term option, when taking into account future region-wide developments.
The T-Ports facility at Lucky Bay, as well as grain port proposals for Cape Hardy, Port Spencer and Decres Bay will potentially further reduce future rail freight volumes. The T-Ports facility at Lucky bay will start receiving grain for the 2019 harvest.
GWA and Viterra have concluded that rail operations are not viable.