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Connect - 11 December 2020
Message from the Chief Executive
Supporting all livelihoods
We often talk about our big projects that have big impacts to large portions of our community, but our smaller projects are just as important. Especially when they support our local communities and individual livelihoods.
A recent bridge replacement on Main South Road, Sellicks Beach, is a great example of this. The bridge is used by approximately 2500 cars per day but also provides an underpass, allowing a farmer to safely move sheep between his properties without disrupting the flow of traffic
Improving visibility at Mount Compass junction
Congratulations to the team involved with the recent completion of the $1.2 million upgrade of the junction of Victor Harbor and Goolwa Roads at Mount Compass.
The works have improved visibility for drivers, including those turning right from Goolwa Road to travel north on Victor Harbor Road, and also those travelling through this area at night with the installation of energy efficient LED street lighting.
Major rail closures for electrification works
This weekend major rail closures will be taking place across the entire rail network to facilitate works for Adelaide Metro’s electrified rail network. Substitute bus services will be operating as closely as possible to the train timetable for the duration of the closure.
I encourage you all to check Adelaide Metro’s page to view these rail line closures and to keep up to date with any future closures or planned disruptions that may impact your travel.
With the weather warming up, our beaches are likely to be the centre of attention this weekend. Today’s Friday Flashback shows the foreshore at Henley Beach around 1910, with well-dressed holiday makers milling around a collection of food stalls and side-shows.
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