Removing Level
Crossings

Removing Level
Crossings

Whether you drive, cycle, walk or catch public transport, our Level Crossing Removal Program will get you where you want to go quicker and safer.

What we've done

The Marshall Liberal Government has developed a ten-year Level Crossing Removal Program to identify, plan and prioritise the removal of crossings across Adelaide.

There are 127 level crossings in Adelaide. Some of these level crossings are closed to road traffic for up to 25% of peak traffic periods, causing delays, frustration and significant safety issues.

And our population is growing.

That’s why we’re getting on the front foot with identifying, prioritising and funding projects in a staged manner through our level crossing removal program.

As a first step under this program, we will fast-track the planning and design of the first five level crossing projects so that they can be funded and constructed as soon as possible.

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

  • Safer roads for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians
  • Less time in traffic means more time doing the things you love
  • Local jobs are created during construction

Policy snapshot

  • We have developed a ten-year Level Crossing Removal Program to plan and prioritise the removal of crossings across Adelaide.
  • As a first step, we will fast-track five projects to construction status.
  • This is part of our record $17.9 billion Building What Matters infrastructure program.
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Whether you drive, cycle, walk or catch public transport, our Level Crossing Removal Program will get you where you want to go quicker and safer.

Whether you drive, cycle, walk or catch public transport, our Level Crossing Removal Program will get you where you want to go quicker and safer.