Railway Terrace Streetscape Project

COMMUNITY UPDATE - MARCH 2015

Mike Turtur Bikeway - Lighting upgrade

Using the Mike Turtur Bikeway at night is set to become easier for cyclists and pedestrians.

Public lighting is being installed along a 2.6km stretch of the bikeway from Morphettville Racecourse to South Road overpass in April and May.

About 80 environmentally friendly lights will be installed by South Australian Power Networks (SAPN) as part of the project’s long-term plan to encourage people to use the bikeway and improve safety.

For more details about the Mike Turtur Bikeway and the Railway Terrace Project please visit the City of Marion website.


Railway Terrace Streetscape Project

A new $1.8 million plan will revitalise this street with a cycling and walking path, trees, cobble-paving and public artworks.

The Railway Terrace Streetscape Project will run about 900m from Daws Road to Sixth Avenue, Ascot Park.

Council signed off on the first stage of the project which will create a landscaped open space within a street while integrating with the electrification of the Adelaide to Noarlunga rail line.

The project will transform Railway Terrace into a vibrant space where people can enjoy walking and cycling.

For more information, download the Media release - Railway TerraceStreetscape Project.

COMMUNITY UPDATE - MARCH 2015

Mike Turtur Bikeway - Lighting upgrade

Using the Mike Turtur Bikeway at night is set to become easier for cyclists and pedestrians.

Public lighting is being installed along a 2.6km stretch of the bikeway from Morphettville Racecourse to South Road overpass in April and May.

About 80 environmentally friendly lights will be installed by South Australian Power Networks (SAPN) as part of the project’s long-term plan to encourage people to use the bikeway and improve safety.

For more details about the Mike Turtur Bikeway and the Railway Terrace Project please visit the City of Marion website.


Railway Terrace Streetscape Project

A new $1.8 million plan will revitalise this street with a cycling and walking path, trees, cobble-paving and public artworks.

The Railway Terrace Streetscape Project will run about 900m from Daws Road to Sixth Avenue, Ascot Park.

Council signed off on the first stage of the project which will create a landscaped open space within a street while integrating with the electrification of the Adelaide to Noarlunga rail line.

The project will transform Railway Terrace into a vibrant space where people can enjoy walking and cycling.

For more information, download the Media release - Railway TerraceStreetscape Project.