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The new section of the North-South Motorway has now increased to 80km/h.

Update on utility service installations

Wed., 20 May, 2020

Since late 2019, the R2P Alliance has been working with utility service providers to install infrastructure.

A significant amount of infrastructure has been installed to date including:

  • SA Power Networks: 1.4 kilometres of 66kV and 3.5 kilometres of 11kV;
  • APA: 950 metres of gas mains;
  • Telecommunications: 12 kilometres of fibre optic cables; and
  • SA Water: 2.9 kilometres of water mains (of 3.5 kilometres total) and 600 metres of sewer mains.

The utility service installations as part of the R2P Project are expected to be completed by the end of July 2020, weather permitting.

Utility services installed along Regency Road

Utility services are installed along South Road, Regency Road and adjoining streets


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