Infrastructure, Road and Footpath Construction

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On this page you can find out about infrastructure, road and footpath projects that impact the Adelaide Hills Council Area.

This includes most:

  • Council led road and footpath projects
  • SA Government road projects and transport infrastructure
  • SA Government and Council Consultations
  • Other known projects impacting roads and footpaths in the Adelaide Hills Council Area*.

* Please note Council is not made aware of all external projects so you may not find the project you are looking for if it is being undertaken by a third party (e.g. SA Power Networks, NBN, SA Water, Telstra) .

Explore the news items below to stay up to date with the latest information.


If you are interested in road works outside the Adelaide Hills Council Area please visit Traffic SA.

On this page you can find out about infrastructure, road and footpath projects that impact the Adelaide Hills Council Area.

This includes most:

  • Council led road and footpath projects
  • SA Government road projects and transport infrastructure
  • SA Government and Council Consultations
  • Other known projects impacting roads and footpaths in the Adelaide Hills Council Area*.

* Please note Council is not made aware of all external projects so you may not find the project you are looking for if it is being undertaken by a third party (e.g. SA Power Networks, NBN, SA Water, Telstra) .

Explore the news items below to stay up to date with the latest information.


If you are interested in road works outside the Adelaide Hills Council Area please visit Traffic SA.

  • Council: Footpath Renewal Works and Temporary Footpath Closure Turner Crescent and Howard Drive, Stirling

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    What: Adelaide Hills Council will be commencing renewal of a section of footpath between Turner Crescent and Howard Drive.

    When: Monday 2nd November to Friday 13th November (weather permitting).

    Why: The current footpath surface has deteriorated which is creating trip hazards and drainage issues.

    Important information:

    • The entire footpath will be closed while the works take place.
    • Please find an alternative route during this time.
    • The works will take place between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

    More information:

    Please contact Craig Cockshell on 8408 0576 or email ccockshell@ahc.sa.gov.au

  • SA Government: Road Safety Consultation

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    Summary

    The SA Government is developing a new Road Safety Strategy to reduce lives lost and serious injuries on our roads. The strategy will guide decisions and investment, with a focus on the safe movement of people throughout the State.

    Whether you drive, ride, are a pedestrian or passenger, you have the opportunity to shape the actions needed to enable us to travel and interact safely on our roads.

    Department of Infrastructure and Transport want to better understand:

    • how you travel around your community
    • what you see as the goals for improving road safety over the next ten years
    • where issues are a priority to be addressed in the Road Safety Strategy.

    Help the Department of Infrastructure and Transport to develop a new Strategy that meets the needs of the community and supports South Australians to safely travel to work, school, shops and their homes.

    Get involved

    Read the issues paper and summary, both outlining what we know about road safety and what road safety looks like for different road users.

    Have your say by:

    Take part now: https://yoursay.sa.gov.au/decisions/south-australia-s-road-safety-strategy-to-2031/about

    Closing date: 5 pm, Monday 2 November 2020

  • SA Government: South Eastern Freeway - Managed Motorway Construction Works

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    The South Eastern Freeway - Managed Motorway Measures Project, jointly funded by the Australian Government and South Australian Government, is scheduled to commence construction in April 2020.

    The project will convert the existing emergency lane into a third full time travel lane and implement a Managed Motorway on both the up and down tracks of the South Eastern Freeway between Crafers and Stirling.

    The three lane Managed Motorway will include an Intelligent Transport System, with variable speed limits and a Lane Use Management system. This will enable the allocation and control of lanes across the freeway to improve safety and traffic flow.

    More information available here: https://engage.ahc.sa.gov.au/south-eastern-freeway-managed-motorway-construction-works

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