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Motorists are advised there will be a partial closure of South Road for northbound traffic between Cross Road and Anzac Highway from 10pm until 6am on the nights of Monday, 26 October, and Tuesday, 27 October, for maintenance works.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport advises there will be a temporary closure of the Wellington Ferry service from 10am to 2pm on Wednesday, 28 October (weather permitting).
Works will be undertaken to replace 38 light poles on King William Road and North Terrace along the Festival Plaza and Botanic tram lines to support overhead infrastructure as part of the City Tram Extension Project. The new poles will enhance the visual amenity of these important cultural precincts and allow the City of Adelaide to use them for major events.
The Adelaide Oval Footy Express will operate at full capacity for both the AFL Preliminary Final and SANFL Grand Final this weekend, to enable spectators to socially distance as much as possible.
The South Australian Government is developing a new strategy for the next ten years: South Australia’s Road Safety Strategy to 2031.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport reminds public transport users that the partial closure of the Gawler rail line between Adelaide and Salisbury during the September/October school holidays has been extended until Christmas Day.
With most of South Australia’s outback roads affected by the recent heavy rainfall, outback travellers are reminded to plan ahead, stay up to date with current road warnings and drive to conditions.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport advises there will be a temporary closure of the Narrung Ferry service from 10am to 2pm on Wednesday, 14 October (weather permitting).
Motorists are advised of upcoming partial closures of the Heysen Tunnels to allow for essential safety maintenance works.
The Adelaide Oval Footy Express will operate at full capacity for Port Adelaide’s Qualifying Final against Geelong on Thursday, 1 October to enable spectators to socially distance as much as possible.
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