Joy Baluch AM Bridge Duplication
The Australian and South Australian Governments have committed $200 million ($160 million from the Australian Government and $40 million from the South Australian Government) for the Joy Baluch AM Bridge Duplication Project.
Port Wakefield Overpass & Highway Duplication
The Port Wakefield Overpass and Highway Duplication Project is a joint initiative of the Australian and South Australian Governments and will reduce traffic congestion on two important State Highways and improve road safety on one of the State’s key intersections.
Dublin Saleyard Access Upgrade
The Australian and South Australian governments have committed $11 million ($8.8 million from the Australian Government and $2.2 million from the South Australian Government) as part of the SA Rural Roads Package to upgrade access for higher productivity vehicles (triple road trains) to the South Australian Livestock Exchange (Dublin Saleyard), located on Carslake Road, Dublin.
Lower Eyre Peninsula Overtaking Lanes
The Australian and South Australian governments have committed $32 million as part of the Roads of Strategic Importance initiative to upgrade Eyre Peninsula roads, following the closure of the Eyre Peninsula Rail Network.
Augusta Highway Duplication
The Australian and South Australian governments have committed $260 million (80:20) to Augusta Highway Duplication Project. This includes the duplication of the Augusta Highway, from Port Wakefield to Lochiel. The Augusta Highway is the key road corridor between Port Wakefield and Port Augusta and forms part of the National Land Transport Network, providing crucial connectivity to regional South Australia and interstate.