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Australia : More than $3.7 million for road safety and maintenance projects around the State.

The State Government is spending more than $3.7 million on highway and arterial roads projects across South Australia. A $1.5 million safety upgrade of the Tod Highway has recently been completed with shoulder sealing undertaken between Lock and Tooligie.

Another five projects have just begun or are about to get underway including resurfacing two sections of Main South Road in Hackham and McLaren Vale for almost $1 million.

A $400,000 upgrade of Magill Road in Magill began yesterday and night works are also underway in the Adelaide Hills, with $770,000 of resurfacing works for two sections of Mt Barker Road in Mt Barker and Aldgate.

The program of resurfacing works will cover:

1.5km of Main South Road between Glynville Drive and Melsetter Road

800m of Mt Barker Road between Eton St and Anderson Road

660m of Mt Barker Road between Adelaide Road and Follett Close

450m of Magill Road between Glynburn Road and Toowong Avenue

450m of Main South Road between Pedler Creek and Pedler Road.

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Publication:Mena Report
Date:Sep 23, 2016
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