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Connect - 11 June 2021
Message from the Chief Executive
Joy Baluch AM bridge taking shape
The Joy Baluch AM Bridge Duplication Project has reached an important milestone, with the first two headstocks recently installed.
Headstocks are the concrete piers placed on top of the piles to support the bridge beams that will form the deck of the bridge. When all headstocks are in place, works will transition into the next phase of installing the girders and bridge deck.
Importantly, all 22 headstocks for the project are being constructed in Whyalla, which means that the project is not only delivering vital infrastructure upgrades to the area, but also boosting the local economy.
Collaboration is not just vital to the way we go about things within our Department but also a critical way in which we can contribute to our community. An excellent example is our Engagement team working with the University of South Australia to provide workshops on community consultation for its Masters and Third Year engineering students.
Normally delivered in person, COVID-19 restrictions have seen recent seminars delivered online by Principal Engagement Officer, Lisa Jeffery (below).
A growing partnership with TAFE
Another example of Collaboration with our community is our new partnership between Rail Care and TAFE SA.
About 20 TAFE SA students in the Implement Revegetation Works course at Urrbrae campus visited the Belair railway station to plant 200 native species throughout the station precinct. Belair station is the first of many planned to be given the TAFE treatment.
This new project is part of Rail Care’s greening and biodiversity initiative, which continues to enhance station precincts, improving neighbourhood amenity and cooling our suburbs. Congratulations to Roger Agius for pursuing this very positive partnership which will benefit Adelaide Metro customers and the wider community.
Simplifying road signs
The Alphanumeric route system continues to strengthen in South Australia, with new routes being continuously added to the navigational network. Although the system has been in place since 1997, the next few months will see its promotion increase substantially to educate South Australian road users to its advantages, such as making it simpler to find tourist destinations.
The letter in the alphanumeric references the road classification, while the numbers are unique identifiers for each route. A web page has been launched as the first step in promoting the system, which is managed by our Statewide Traffic and Operations team at Norwood.
Celebrating blood donors
This Monday, 14 June, is World Blood Donor Day, leading off Australia’s National Blood Donor Week, and as a department we strongly support and appreciate staff who donate blood and plasma.
There are 500,000 regular donors across Australia who make 1.5 million donations of blood and plasma every year. Blood donors give the gift of life and everyone is encouraged to get involved by calling 13 14 95 or visiting lifeblood.com.au. Importantly, time taken to donate blood or plasma during work hours is paid.
To recognise National Blood Donor Week, we are displaying red lights on the River Torrens Footbridge next week, with Adelaide Oval bathed in red on Monday.
Today’s Friday Flashback shows the Adelaide to Glenelg bus back in 1926. It appears that stopping to check the tyre pressure mid-trip was a thing.
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