Have your say on the proposed Goodwood, Springbank and Daws Road Intersection Upgrade

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This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 30 October to 29 November 2019. Find out more about the consultation process. Below is a record of the engagement.

 

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is seeking your feedback on the early proposed design for the Goodwood, Springbank and Daws Road Intersection Upgrade

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. DPTI will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

Please let us know what your thoughts are by commenting below.

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Jenny Francis

29 Nov 2019

I was unable to get to the Community meetings. Springbank College is a STEAM school -A being for Arts. They already have had Tower Arts Centre on site for more than 20 years. The proposed development plan shows significant inroad into the school property on the SW corner of Daws Rd and Goodwood Rd intersection. The cutback of this corner to provide a turn left slip lane from Goodwood Road onto Daws Road is right where Tower Arts Centre is currently located, indicating the possible need for demolition of the building to allow road redevelopment. The north eastern corner of the building is approximately 2 -3 metres from the current intersection. My concern is whether provision has been allowed in the plan for replacement or relocation of the current Tower Arts Centre. This structure is vital for the Current School Curriculum and for the future Educational plans that the School might have.
In Local meetings up to the recently held two meetings at Colonel Light Gardens RSL, there has never been any mention of the school losing the Tower Arts Centre.
Nothing on your plan indicates that this building will exist after intersection realignment. My concern is that a new Arts Centre be retained within in the School property.

John Photakis

29 Nov 2019

Hi there?

Will there be any dedicated bus lanes in the new intersection? Will the bus stops be upgrades? Will they stay in the same places as now or be moved?

John Kalaitzis

29 Nov 2019

The junction certainly needs to be improved and it would appear to be best served by a facing crossroad. It's a shame that some planning foresight wasn't used as the proposed plans are likely to impact on the newly renovated service station on the junction.

Kristina Hebdon

29 Nov 2019

As a regular commuter through this congested peak hour hotspot please ensure at least two lanes for car traffic each way heading north and south only on Goodwood Rd - not this ridiculous situation when travelling south in peak hour where one lane is both a straight on and turning right lane into Daws Rd. This turns this major road into a one lane bottleneck when just one inconsiderate driver chooses the middle lane to turn right instead of the right lane. Incredibly frustrating and very poor road design.

Dianne van

29 Nov 2019

I don't use the intersection a lot but there seems to be a lot of 'tinkering' on an ineffective intersection. Creating more lanes just adds more cars to a bad intersection. Have you drawn up any plans and costings for alternative models such as a roundabout, overpass or underpass?

Tim Harrison

28 Nov 2019

I believe a large two lane roundabout is the most efficient free flowing way of dealing with large amounts of traffic. Complex traffic lights and filter lanes cannot compete with the simple yet effective roundabout. Traffic never banks up at the Dyson/flaxmill rd dual lane roundabout and the upgrade of the Blackwood roundabout has proved a success. They are used everywhere in Europe. Everyone who has sat at a red light waiting to turn right when there is no on coming traffic must agree that a driver using their own judgment is a much more efficient way to go

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DPTI Community Engagement > Tim Harrison

29 Nov 2019

Dear Tim,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Garry Emeny

28 Nov 2019

Perhaps a slip road from Daws Road through the soon to be redeveloped Repatriation Hospital into Goodwood Road and Springbank Road would ease congestion at the intersection.

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DPTI Community Engagement > Garry Emeny

29 Nov 2019

Dear Garry,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Terry Brook

28 Nov 2019

Its probably not cheapest but an under pass from Daws rd to Springbank rd seems logical takes away all the people taking up a lane just to turn the corner both ways

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DPTI Community Engagement > Terry Brook

29 Nov 2019

Dear Terry,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

ColleenandPhilip Green

20 Nov 2019

1. Is the brand new Caltex Service Station going?
2. Why do councils approve developments along major corridor routes? Ie the New Bunnings at Edwardstown.
3. Do they do it, to make money from the Fed Gov land acquisitions?

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DPTI Community Engagement > ColleenandPhilip Green

22 Nov 2019

Dear Colleen and Philip,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Please note this is an early proposed concept only, once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank.

Regarding your enquiry about impact on local business such as the Caltex Service Station, for such a large upgrade, more space is required than what is available in the existing road corridor. DPTI is working closely with those business owners as planning and designs progress.

In regards to your enquiry relating to a councils development application process, this will need to be directed to the appropriate council for comment.

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

We trust this information is of assistance, however If you wish to provide any further feedback or find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Elizabeth Pascoe

19 Nov 2019

I am very concerned to read that there will not be a Turn Right option for cars exiting Springbank College in this current plan; nor is it apparent how cars will be able to get back onto Goodwood Road (either heading south or north) or indeed onto Springbank Road. Please reconsider this. Sometimes all that 'fixing a potential issue' does is cause further confusion, frustration, chaos and increased traffic on smaller roads or intersected median strips, as people attempt to get to where they intend.
It is not only the school community (staff, students and caregivers, other service providers) this impacts, but also people who use the basketball stadium, the Tower Arts Centre (for both school and community events) and various sporting teams who use the school facilities. This is also a well-used site for electoral voting.

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DPTI Community Engagement > Elizabeth Pascoe

19 Nov 2019

Dear Elizabeth,

Thank you for your feedback regarding the current proposed design for the Goodwood, Springbank and Daws Road Intersection Upgrade. These details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank.

Due to the realignment of the intersection, the right turn out of Springbank Secondary College to Daws Road cannot be safely accommodated in the current proposed design. Options for East-West movements on Daws Road, including movements out of Springbank Secondary College will be considered with the input of community consultation.

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

We trust this information is of assistance, however If you wish to provide any further feedback or find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Terry Brook > Elizabeth Pascoe

28 Nov 2019

go left then left keep out of the major traffic

Caz Boyd

14 Nov 2019

Just wondering about the right turn out of Springbank Secondary College - this can be tricky at times. Is the brown line a barrier limiting traffic from making that turn?

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DPTI Community Engagement > Caz Boyd

18 Nov 2019

Dear Caz,

Thank you for contacting us regarding the current proposed design for the Goodwood, Springbank and Daws Road Intersection Upgrade.

Due to the realignment of the intersection, the right turn out of Springbank Secondary College to Daws Road cannot be safely accommodated in the current proposed design. Options for East-West movements on Daws Road, including movements out of Springbank Secondary College will be considered with the input of community consultation.

Community feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

We trust this information is of assistance, however If you wish to provide any further feedback or find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Ashley Slade

04 Nov 2019

Thank you for putting together this comprehensive plan and engaging with the community for feedback. Everything here is a much need improvement on the current intersection. Thinking about the future and with a growing population, while we are carrying out this work, my suggestion is why don't we spend the extra money now and allow for a underground carriageway on Goodwood road to allow for continuous flow of traffic north and south bound on Goodwood Road. Similar to what has been done at the Anzac and South Road intersections.
Regards

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DPTI Community Engagement > Ashley Slade

06 Nov 2019

Dear Ashley,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

James Gibbons

03 Nov 2019

Thank you for engaging with a designer to combine these two intersections. Having travelled this route to the city and back for many years it has always been troublesome during morning/afternoon peak times.

Points for your consideration:
Daws Road (Eastbound);
- Concern with the right hand turn into Springbank Secondary College. The double lane right hand turn for Goodwood Road will be fully used for this purpose and traffic build up will potentially cause drivers to cross the solid white line and further restrict accessing Springbank Secondary College.
- Concern with the right hand turn into Springbank Secondary College. Will U-turns be permitted? If so, consideration of the bike lane, entering/exiting traffic such that drivers leaving the Springbank Secondary College are not turning right onto Daws Road. Signage to be considered.
- Query for single left lane onto Goodwood Road. Currently this operates with two left turning lanes. Understandably traffic will now be directly travelling onto Springbank Road which would support the single left lane in the new design. As the note indicates a 'controlled' left turn, will this allow for "give way" style left turns when control is not required (as in, outside of peak times)?
- Concern with right turn onto Goodwood Road. Appears to be a sharp, non-parallel dual turn with the Goodwood Road island set back reduced too far. Concern is that drivers turning right will pass to close to stationary vehicles waiting to turn right from Goodwood Road onto Springbank Road. Unsure as to which vehicle turning radius/trace this has been designed for.

Springbank Road (Westbound);
- Concern with bus stop 18D where if a bus was pulling out turning right onto Goodwood Road. Should the bus stop be positioned further East to allow increased merging time for the bus and reduce the interaction of traffic as it approaches the split lane?
- Concern with traffic turning right onto Goodwood Road.
- Concern with right hand turns. The right hand turn trace does not show a clear indication as to which lane is on the inner or outer. Suggest joining the turning trace with the appropriate lane.
- Positive. 2 left hand turning lanes and 2 right hand turning lanes.
- Positive. Design ties into upgraded Springbank Road.

Goodwood Road (Northbound);
- Query. Is the far left lane a clearway/bus lane? It is not clear in this concept.
- Concern for far right lane as it appears to be a right turn only lane with a split for two right hand turning lane onto Springbank Road. The concern is that traffic during peak times into the city will be limited to a single middle lane (assuming bus lane is left lane). There appears to be 2 sets of splits next to each other. 2 lanes travelling North and 2 lanes turning right.
- Query. Any considerations for left hand turn into Repat?
- Positive. Left hand turn onto Daws Road.

Goodwood Road (Southbound);
- Query. Is far left lane a clearway/bus lane? It is not clear in this concept.
- Concern for vehicles turning left onto Springbank Road. If a single bus is stationary at a red light, will there be space for left hand turns? Is there a possibility to extend this left hand turning lane similar to left hand turning lane travelling North on Goodwood Road?
- Right hand turn solid holding line appears to be mismatched to turning trace line. Suggest staggering/stepping the 2 right hand turning lanes to allow for Springbank right hand turning vehicles to have enough clearance.

Powerlines;
- What is the plan for all the power lines in the area and are these going underground? It has been observed that poles in this area are in need of replacement (example corner of O'Neil St and Goodwood Road).

Landscaping & Surrounding Infrastructure;
- Confirm where Peter Van the Party Man will be relocating.
- Confirm what is happening the Caltex Service Station.
- Confirm what landscaping will be undertaken in the areas that are being rehabilitated and pavements removed (Eg. next to Oxford Circus Reserve and adjacent Springbank Secondary College).

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DPTI Community Engagement > James Gibbons

06 Nov 2019

Dear James,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

In regards to your question relating to the single left lane from Daws road onto Goodwood Road and the left turn traffic controls, please note this is an early proposed concept only and the decision regarding the level of control on the left turn lanes has not yet been made, this will be considered as part of community consultation. This also applies to your question on whether the far left lane (on Goodwood Road both northbound and southbound) is a dedicated clearway/bus lane. Bus lanes have not been included at this stage due to the addition of through lanes on Goodwood Road, these facilities will also be considered as part of this community consultation process.

In relation to upgraded access to the Repat Health Precinct, in particular left hand turn into Repat from Goodwood Road, the current proposed design does not consider upgrading existing accesses into the Repat. This suggestion has been forwarded to the project team for review.

With regards to powerlines in the area, DPTI are currently working with SA Power Networks to determine how these assets will be relocated within the project area. Any enquiries in relation to any possible future upgrades outside the project scope will need to be directed to SA Power Network.

Regarding your enquiry about the relocation of businesses being acquired as part of the project, DPTI is working closely with these businesses as part of the acquisition process and details about future locations are currently still being finalised.

With landscaping and areas remaining following construction, the project is still in the very early design phase, as the design progresses further consideration will be given to any areas of land that remains alongside the new alignment, including landscaping. In the past these areas have been used as green spaces, allowing opportunity for additional vegetation to be planted in the area. Once the design progresses, the community will have further opportunity to work with the project team to investigate opportunities for these identified areas.

We trust this information is of assistance, however if you wish to find out more about the project or register for future updates, please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Daniel Bass

01 Nov 2019

Please allow to have a slip lane without a red left arrow. This is for all single lanes turning left. Allow traffic to flow and clear the slip lane. A red left arrow is unnecessary and should only be a red arrow to allow for pedestrians to cross and go back to giving way, or a flashing turn left with care. Make the arrow just because adjacent traffic is flowing just creates more traffic. An example of a red left arrow which does not work and is completely unnecessary is Oaklands road onto Brighton Road. This red arrow should also be removed!

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DPTI Community Engagement > Daniel Bass

04 Nov 2019

Dear Daniel,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Hayden CHAN

01 Nov 2019

As part of the metropolitan traffic program, new bus lanes have been installed on Goodwood Rd both north and south of the Springbank intersection. However, the new plan does not seem to incorporate any bus-priority related measures, such as the signal priority which is currently utilised on Goodwood Rd southbound. To facilitate continuous bus lanes, it is a no brainer to add 'bus only' stopping areas and signal priority for buses on both directions of Goodwood Rd.

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DPTI Community Engagement > Hayden CHAN

04 Nov 2019

Dear Hayden,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Vasili Dion

31 Oct 2019

Whilst the design if a vast improvement. There still does not appear to be sufficient dedicated right hand turn space from Goodwood Road to Springbank Road (NorthEast). When commuting in AM peak hour, the right hand lane creates significant bank up, which then effects thru traffic city bound thru Goodwood road.

There is still basically only 1 thru lane thru Goodwood road Northbound (from Pasadena Shopping Centre / Cemetery) as one lane is still a dedicated bus lane (besides the small pocket Next to high school).

Further acquisition into Bedford industries front car park should be considered to create additional dedicated right hand turn space, as per above.

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DPTI Community Engagement > Vasili Dion

04 Nov 2019

Dear Vasili,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

David Paull

31 Oct 2019

Realignment of Springbank & Daws roads is the only way to improve this intersection. You only have to look at the improvement made to the intersection of Regency, Mullers and Hampstead roads to see this. The proposed plan seems to satisfy the requirements, but all left turns should be available at all times (with care). The only thing left is to see how quickly it can be done.

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DPTI Community Engagement > David Paull

04 Nov 2019

Dear David,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Mark Hamilton

31 Oct 2019

The controlled left turn from Goodwood Rd into Springbank Rd is a concern especially if Oxford Circus is closed from Springbank. The plan pretty much does away with the left turn slip lane which is just dumb.

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DPTI Community Engagement > Mark Hamilton

04 Nov 2019

Dear Mark,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement

Matthew Steele

31 Oct 2019

firstly, having my postcode "not valid" is pretty strange considering it is the Postcode for the suburb where the proposed works are to be done. Next I don't see the benefits of the majority of the proposed changes here. I will start with Northern approach heading South on Goodwood rd. There is already a functional slip lane for turning left onto springbank so why control it ? . There are 2 existing right turn lanes into Daws Road. Next Eastward on Daws Rd...there are already 2 through lanes to springbank but the rudimentary sequencing doesn't allow a left turn into the first part of the intersection while other traffic is heading into Daws from goodwood. Widening of the intersection won't speed it up - it is limited by the volume of traffic at peak hour as is every intersection and the poor sequencing. The narrowing of Springbank and closing of right turning into Colonel Light Gardens at multiple intersections has caused more danger and congestion. The proposed closure of the oxford circus entry from springbank will cause major issues too, forcing more and more traffic onto the (already halved) capacity of Springbank road with the first entry point becoming Freeling Crescent. Access to St Therese School, Colonel light Gardens Primary School, the St Therese Church and Mortlock Park will all be compromised by closing the oxford circus entry from Springbank - stupid idea.

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DPTI Community Engagement > Matthew Steele

31 Oct 2019

Dear Matthew,

Thank you for your feedback, these details have been forwarded on to the project team for review and consideration. Once all feedback has been received, the project will review all the suggestions submitted and an update will be provided on the project website at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank

Your feedback is important to us and will help inform the development of the design. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will continue to liaise with the community as the preferred design is developed. All feedback and concerns will be considered as the project team continue through the design process to identify a solution that balances the needs of the project’s various stakeholders.

If you wish to find out more about the project or register for future updates, please visit the project website at: http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/springbank, Email: dpti.communityrelations@sa.gov.au or Telephone: 1300 794 880.

Kind regards,
DPTI Community Engagement