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Road Closures

McKinlay Street and Coral Street intersection

Works is underway for Mainstreet Upgrade Stage 3 with the demolition of the northern footpath of Coral Street.  Access to business frontages is being provided using temporary ramps.

Road base works have begun at the entrance to McKinlay Street and a traffic diversion has been put in place to allow these works to occur.

Over the next two weeks, concrete kerbing and brick paving at the McKinlay Street entrance will begin.  Footpath and kerbing preparation will begin on Coral Street south.

Works to McKinlay Street and Coral Street intersection will be prioritised, with the road expected to re-open by 28 May 2020 weather permitting.  Works are scheduled to commence at the Railway Terrace and Coral Street intersection shortly after.

Accessing McKinlay Street

During the reconstruction of the McKinlay Street and Coral Street intersection, access to McKinlay Street and parking is possible through the laneway to the west of the train line, as shown on the map below.

Access will continue to be provided for businesses and can be arranged directly through the Axiom Projects SA team.

Torrens Street and Crozier Road intersection

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is constructing a roundabout at the intersection of Torrens Street and Crozier Road, Victor Harbor to improve road safety and reduce the risk of rear end crashes at this intersection.

In order to safely facilitate construction of the roundabout, the intersection of Torrens Street and Crozier Road will be closed from 7am, Monday, 27 April, until Tuesday, 12 May (Extended from Friday, 1 May due to wet weather) while asphalting works are undertaken. There will be no access through the intersection and detours will be in place during this period (map provided here).

Road users are asked to use extra caution when workers are on site, follow the direction of traffic management and observe speed limits and traffic signage when travelling through the area. Pedestrians will also be detoured at some locations and are advised to follow the directional signage.

Every effort will be made to minimise impacts to the community, and access to businesses and properties will be maintained at all times. DPTI encourages the community to continue to support local businesses during these works.

A further temporary road closure for final asphalting works will also be required from on Friday, 15 May 2020. The project is expected to be completed mid-2020, weather permitting

DPTI appreciates your co-operation and patience while these important works are undertaken. Should you require further information regarding this project please contact:

Download the road closure notice