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Major Projects

Major Projects

Renewing our Assets

Road renewal, reconstruction and rehabilitation – $18,095,725

Road Rehabilitation - $5,187,563

Road rehabilitation involves the application of the following treatment to extend the useful life of road pavements:

  • Crack Sealing Kerb & Gutter renewal
  • Rejuvenation treatment
  • Preservation treatment
  • Asphalt overlay treatment
  • Plane and Reinstate treatment

The proposed program of works for 2018/19 include streets in Allenby Gardens, Beverley, Hendon, Hindmarsh, Fulham Gardens, Flinders Park, Kilkenny, Ovingham, Pennington, Seaton, Woodville North and Woodville West.

Road Reconstruction - $5,336,692

Road reconstruction involves the reconstruction of road pavements and associated kerb and gutters that have reached the end of their useful life and/or due to poor pavement condition it cannot be rehabilitated. The proposed Road Reconstruction Program of works for 2018/19 includes:

  • May Street, Henley Beach from Mitton Avenue to end;
  • Grey Avenue, Hindmarsh between Frederick Street and
  • Jervois Avenue and Ninth Avenue, Woodville North between Audley Street and Owen Street.

West Beach Road Project - $3,182,870

The cities of West Torrens and Charles Sturt have been working in collaboration with West Beach Parks, Adelaide Airport and local residents to develop a concept for the upgrade of West Beach Road between Military Road and Tapleys Hill Road. Click here for details on the West Beach Road Project.

Click here for more information about the West Beach Road Project

Burleigh Avenue, Pennington/Woodville North Streetscape Project - $1.5 million

Works on the Burleigh Avenue Streetscape Project commenced in September 2018, with an estimated completion of June 2019. The plan includes:

  • more trees, irrigated grass and plants
  • widened path on the northern side
  • rain gardens
  • traffic calming
  • better street lighting

Click here for more information on the Burleigh Avenue Streetscape Project

Rosetta Street, West Croydon Renewal Project -

Update on Rosetta Street, West Croydon

We are currently renewing Rosetta Street, West Croydon. The project includes a full road reconstruction from Torrens Road to Day Terrace, kerb and gutter repairs to improve street drainage, stormwater upgrades, roundabout upgrades, footpath repairs and DDA compliant kerb and ramp access.

We know that reconstruction projects like Rosetta Street result in significant inconvenience to local communities. We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding as these important roadworks progress.

When we began the project, we had expected it to be complete by the end of February 2019. Due to several factors including extreme heat (which reduces available working hours and prevents the laying of concrete kerb) and the discovery of previously unidentified underground services (which requires redirection of new services), we now expect the road reconstruction to be completed by the end of April 2019.

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), supported by the Rosetta Street Greening community group and the City of Charles Sturt, has announced that large-scale murals will be installed on both walls of the underpass from 8-31 March 2019. This exciting project is part of a successful ‘Fund My Neighbourhood’ community grant and will result in colourful botanical-themed murals on the underpass walls that will be enjoyed by the local community for many years.

For a breakdown of the project including a timeline of road closures and underpass closures please click here:

More information on the Rosetta Street Renewal Project

Path renewals - $5,040,000

New Paths - $490,000

DDA Projects- $1,000,000

Kerb ramps $60,000 and bus stops $400,000.

 

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