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Pavement works at the intersection of South Road and Regency Road, Croydon Park from Friday, 4 December to
Monday 7, December 2020. Click here for more information.

Access changes

Mon., 10 August, 2020

Temporary removal of right turns at the South Road/Regency Road intersection

A key objective of the R2P Project is to maintain traffic flow within the project area throughout construction, particularly at the intersection of South Road and Regency Road. Through-movements along South Road are the dominant movement, which increased once the Northern Connector opened. To maintain the efficiency of the intersection and to minimise travel time impacts, right turns have been temporarily removed to increase green time for through traffic. To compensate for the temporary right turn removal, two U-turn facilities have been constructed at the following locations:

1. South of Hudson Avenue.

2. North of Tikilara Street.

B-double vehicles will be required to use the U-turns at Days Road and Torrens Road.

To view the alternative routes please click here.

Changes to Pym Street Access

In order to deliver the R2P Project, local access changes are required around South Road. A key change will be the permanent removal of the east-west connectivity along Pym Street across South Road, including the pedestrian crossing at this intersection.

East-west access is provided at nearby Torrens Road and Regency Road. East-west movements will also be possible via U-turns at Torrens Road and Regency Road.

From early August 2020, Pym Street became left in and left our only. Please click here for alternative routes.

Bus changes

To accommodate the changes at Pym Street, three bus routes that previously crossed South Road at Pym Street (230, 232 and 232R), have been permanently re-routed from August 2020. For more information on the bus routes and stops please click here and visit https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/.

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