Goodwood / Daws
/ Springbank
Intersection Upgraded

Goodwood / Daws
/ Springbank
Intersection Upgraded

The Marshall Liberal Government has completed a huge upgrade of the Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road intersection.

What we've done

The Marshall Liberal Government has completed a huge upgrade of the Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road intersection in Colonel Light Gardens, removing the notorious dog leg and replacing it with a brand-new, four-way intersection.

For years this intersection had seriously interrupted traffic flow in the southern suburbs and it’s also been dangerous - with 35 crashes over a five-year period.

Successive Labor governments ignored this project and what local communities wanted, leaving motorists frustrated and stuck in traffic.

In contrast, the Marshall Liberal Government made this project a priority. We funded it and completed it, benefiting approximately 60,000 people who travel through this busy intersection every day.

This project is part of our record $17.9 billion Building What Matters infrastructure program which is creating thousands of jobs and improving the lives of South Australians.

What it means for you

  • Less time in traffic means more time doing the things you love
  • You get where you want to go and back home again safely
  • More local jobs

Policy snapshot

  • We have removed the notorious dog leg at Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road and replaced it with a brand-new, four-way intersection.
  • The upgrade is benefitting approximately 60,000 people who use this intersection every day – getting them where they want to go safer and quicker.
  • Part of our record $17.9 billion Building What Matters infrastructure program
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The Marshall Liberal Government has completed a huge upgrade of the Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road intersection.

The Marshall Liberal Government has completed a huge upgrade of the Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road intersection.