South Road Superway Southbound Lane Open

Source: John Holland - 

03 February 2014

Major works on the southbound carriageway of South Australia’s first elevated roadway have now been completed.

Road users travelling west along Salisbury Highway will now be able to access the southbound lane lanes of the $842m South Road Superway via a newly opened on-ramp.

Australian Government Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Jamie Briggs, South Australian Premier, Jay Weatherill, and South Australian Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Tom Koutsantonis have officially opened the southbound lanes, allowing access for public traffic to travel along the impressive structure for the very first time.

The project delivers a 4.8 kilometre non-stop corridor from the Port River Expressway to Regency Road, including a 2.8 kilometre elevated roadway.

It is the biggest single investment and most complex engineering ever undertaken on a road project in South Australia to date.





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