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A function in the Riverland this morning will officially mark completion of the upgrade to the River Vessel Waste Disposal Station.
Changes to cycling laws endorsing bike riding on footpaths and minimum overtaking distances will be drafted by the State Government following public consultation.
Cycling routes will be improved in Port Adelaide with the installation of buffered bike lanes on St Vincent Street between the Jervois Bridge and Nelson Street.
If you see a seal, please keep a safe distance between you and the animal.
South Australia’s key Outback transport route, the Strzelecki Track, has received a $1.2 million upgrade.
The State government is encouraging motorcyclists to choose motorcycles fitted with anti-lock braking (ABS) technology that could significantly improve their safety.
The Department has been advised by the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RBTU) that industrial action will be undertaken by members that will impact the running of tram services on Thursday, June 11.
Primary producers will reap productivity benefits with the approval of quad road trains on sections of the Stuart and Olympic Dam highways.
An investigation using 20 years of crash data shows a 27.4 per cent drop in casualty crashes on regional roads where the speed limit was reduced from 110 km/h to 100 km/h.
Do you love boats, fishing and water sports? Then come along and see South Australia’s biggest boating show this June.
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