The State Government has announced the next stage of the South Road upgrade.
The Torrens to Darlington (T2D) Project is the final 10.5 km section of the North-South Corridor.
It will include building a combination of tunnels, lowered and ground-level motorway, as well as overpasses and underpasses.
This will involve digging 4 km of tunnels which will ultimately connect Darlington to Anzac Highway.
Construction is expected to begin in 2023 and be completed in 2028.
Work will 'launch' from a purpose-built laydown near Tonsley Boulevard in Clovelly Park. This will be the hub from which the tunnel boring machines operate.
The State Government has advised about 64 properties in an area between Selgar Avenue and Princes Parade will be acquired to make way for the launch site.
Find out more about this site in the Tunnel Laydown Areas Fact Sheet.
The State Government has advised a total of about 390 properties must be acquired for the project. To find out more about this process visit the Department for Infrastructure and Transport (DIT) website.
Community survey closes 11 July
View a map showing the planned motorway and complete a community survey on the project by 5 pm, Sunday 11 July.
To find out more, please contact the DIT project team on:
The project is jointly funded by the Australian and South Australian governments, with $5.4 billion budgeted for the section between Darlington and Anzac Highway.
Image source: dit.sa.gov.au