A funding commitment of $250 million has been made to upgrade infrastructure at locations along the Princes Highway Corridor in South Australia. The Princes Highway Corridor in South Australia is approximately 700 km long and runs from the Victorian border east of Mount Gambier, all the way through to Port Augusta in the state’s North.
Upgrades may include:
- road duplication between Port Wakefield and Nantawarra
- junction, intersection and roundabout upgrades
- new overtaking lanes and overtaking lane extensions
- road safety improvements including barrier upgrades, wide centreline treatments and audio tactile line marking
- shoulder sealing
- pavement reseal and rehabilitation
- new and upgraded rest areas
- bridge widening and safety barrier upgrades.
Princes Highway Corridor Upgrade. Image from Department for Infrastructure and Transport
Princes Highway Corridor Upgrade North. Image from Department for Infrastructure and Transport