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Connect - 25 September 2020
Message from the Chief Executive
Focusing on safety
With unseasonal weather conditions, it’s easy to get complacent. Often slipping hazards are reported while walking between buildings, particularly slips and trips on wet surfaces.
Please allow plenty of travel time. Slow down and be mindful of where you are walking.
National Safe Boating Week
As I mentioned in my video message, this week we are supporting boating safety by promoting National Safe Boating Week which officially begins tomorrow.
If you love your boating and are planning to head out on the water this boating season make sure you prepare and put safety first. ‘Live it’ this National Safe Boating Week by following these seven simple steps before you set off; Know the limits of your vessel, service your boat before going out, pack the right safety equipment, check the weather conditions, plan your trip and let someone know before you go, learn the rules of boating that keep us all safe and wear your lifejacket.
For more information please visit ondeck.sa.gov.au.
Electrification progress on Gawler line
Yesterday it was announced that temporary partial and full closures of the Gawler rail line will be required over the next year to safely complete Gawler Rail Electrification Project works.
Thank you to our project teams and SAPTA who are working closely together to complete all required major project works and provide a substitute bus service that runs as close as possible to existing train timetables during these closures.
For more details about the closure visit the Adelaide Metro website.
Kroemer’s Crossing Roundabout open
Well done to all involved in the delivery of the new Kroemer’s Crossing Roundabout at Tanunda.
The roundabout is now open to traffic and provides greater freight access for nearby businesses, a safe crossing point for road users, and maintains safe access for pedestrians and cyclists along the Barossa bike trail.
Below: The new Kroemer’s Crossing Roundabout.
The photo below (from approximately 1915) shows a twelve horse team pulling metal girders during preparations for bridge building over the Onkaparinga River at Noarlunga.
How times have changed!
SLSA (PRG 280/1/8/42)