Have your say to inform planning for the section of Main South Road between the Southern Expressway and Robinson Road.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport are consulting the community as part of a planning study for the 3km section of Main South Road that connects the Southern Expressway, Old Noarlunga to the newly duplicated sections at Victor Harbor Road and Robinson Road, Seaford Heights.
The aims of the planning study are to understand:
- how people live, work, visit and travel through this section of Main South Road;
- how effectively Main South Road functions in this section, including traffic congestion and safety performance;
- local traffic movements around this area, including what is needed in the future to support community growth; and
- potential opportunities to improve this section for all users.
The Department is keen to hear from people who use this section of Main South Road from the Southern Expressway to Robinson Road – local residents, businesses, commuters, holidaymakers and commercial / heavy vehicle users.
This is an early opportunity for the community to share their insights as part of the planning process. There is no funding commitment for design and construction of this section.
More information can be found on the Department for Infrastructure and Transport (external link) website.
How you can have your say
You can provide feedback in different ways:
- complete their online survey;
- provide your comments on their interactive map by visiting the Planning Study’s Social Pinpoint website , or
- speak to the Department of Infrastructure and Transport staff at one of their Listening Posts (details below).
Listening Posts will be held:
- Saturday, 5 August 2023 – from 10pm to 2pm at Seaford Central Shopping Centre; and
- Saturday, 19 August 2023 – from 10am to 2pm at Noarlunga Football Club.
The consultation closed on Monday 4 September 2023. The Department will share feedback from the community engagement after the consultation finishes.
Please note this is a State Government project.
Whilst this project will be managed by the the Department for Infrastructure and Transport, it is relevant to City of Onkaparinga residents, and we want to ensure you are aware and have an opportunity to provide input.
To find out more, have your say and stay informed, please visit the Department for Infrastructure and Transport (external link) website where you can also register to receive project updates.