Designs unveiled for $12m road revamp

Designs unveiled for $12m road revamp
City of Playford will this week unveil designs for the final stage of the $12 million transformation of Stebonheath Road.

City of Playford will this week unveil designs for the final stage of the $12 million transformation of Stebonheath Road.

Newly released visuals show a rebuilt carriageway, roundabouts at key intersections, indented car parking, bus bays and a shared pedestrian and cycling path flanked by street trees and verges.

Work on the final stage of the project between Curtis and Fradd East roads in Munno Para West will start in the coming weeks.

City of Playford Mayor Glen Docherty said Stebonheath Road will be transformed so it is easier and safer to use for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists.

“It will complete the project which began with upgrades between Roseworthy Drive and Curtis Road, Andrews Farm,” Mayor Docherty said. “This is a significant project which will help meet the demand of a rapidly growing community. Work will benefit local residents and visitors.”

Stebonheath Road is used by more than 8000 vehicles a day and is on a major bus route.

Preliminary work will begin in February with the relocation of underground services followed by the construction of the road. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Local residents will be kept informed of progress, with a dedicated page here.

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