Published on March 4, 2014
Before and A+er Design 3/4/14
Barn Bypass Track Construc<on of Roads 4 & 5 facing south – June 2010 # Barn Bypass (Road 5) before construc<on – December 2009 ! Construc<on of Roads 4 & 5 facing north – June 2010 " 3/4/14
South Yard Construc<on $ Par<al comple<on -‐ June 2010 3/4/14 $ South Yard completed -‐ March 2011
North Yard Construc<on Weekend closure – June 2010 ! North Yard complete – March 2011 # Roads 1 & 2 rebuild – July 2010 " 3/4/14
Tram Wash and Spray Booth Flexity Tram enters Tram Wash from north end on test – May 2010 3/4/14
Pit Reconstruc<on $ Roads 1, 2 & 3 South Pits -‐ Before reconstruc<on – December 2009 3/4/14 $ Roads 1 & 2 South Pit – During Reconstruc<on – June 2010
Pit Reconstruc<on $ Roads 1 & 2 South Pit -‐ Complete – March 2011 3/4/14 $ Road 3 South Pit – Reconstruc<on complete – March 2011
Road 3 North Li+ing Construc<on $ Road 3 North – Before reconstruc<on – December 2009 3/4/14 $ Road 3 North Li+ing – Tes<ng Flexity Tram – October 2010
Road 3 North Li+ing Construc<on Citadis tram raised during Road 3 North for li+ing test -‐ February 2011 ! Road 3 North Li+ing Jacks – March 2011 # Bogie Drop Trolley being tested – February 2011 " 3/4/14
Barn Oﬃce Reconstruc<on First ﬂoor – North end reduc<on -‐ July 2010 ! Ground Floor rebuild – July 2010 # First Floor – South end extension – July 2010 " 3/4/14
Further Upgrade Projects • Installa<on of JIB Crane on Barn Road 1 central 3/4/14
Further Upgrade Projects • Pit Guard Rails and painted walkways 3/4/14
Further Upgrade Projects • Migra<on to a new computer based maintenance and inventory management system • Acquisi<on of MiniProf Wheel measurement system 3/4/14
An investigation by SKM for the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure has calculated additional productivity based benefits associated with the project. The investigation found that there was a close correlation between the tram extension to the City West Precinct just west of the Morphett Street Bridge, and the density of employment along the tram route. Evidence from around the world suggests that increases in employment densities in inner cities, referred to as agglomeration, results in increased productivity due from the closer interaction between businesses. In the case of the tram extension, the SKM work provided an indicative estimate of these productivity benefits being at least $ 85 million (net present value).
• The dra+ Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan was released 21 October 2013 • Consulta<on closed 17 January 2014 a+er being extended for a period of seven weeks • South Australia is currently in a period of caretaker government ahead of an elec<on on 15th March • Future direc<ons await government outcomes and planning/funding decisions
Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan % ITLUP identifies significant investment overall in: • Adelaide’s North-South Corridor and Road Network • Modernising and Expanding Public Transport • Upgrading Regional Transport Infrastructure • Encouraging Active Travel Choices and Sustainability
Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan % Modernising and Expanding Public Transport includes: • Completing the electrification of the north-south backbone of Adelaide’s public transport system, new trains, an underground rail link in the CBD, and the relocation of the Keswick passenger terminal into Adelaide Railway Station • Bringing back the trams to Adelaide by creating the AdeLINK network, including a loop in the CBD (CityLINK), to the northwest (PortLINK), to the west (WestLINK), to the south (UnleyLINK), to the east (EastLINK), and to the north (ProspectLINK) • Redesigning and modernising the bus network, including better access into the CBD for the O-Bahn, bus interchanges and ‘Super Stops’, bus priority and more new buses
Tram Network circa 1950s
AdeLINK % CityLINK % PortLINK % WestLINK % UnleyLINK % EastLINK % ProspectLINK
CityLINK % North Tce % Frome St % Halifax St % Sturt St % Morphett St % Currie St % West Tce
PortLINK Along existing rail corridor % Outer Harbor % Semaphore % Port Adelaide % West Lakes % Grange
WestLINK % Henley Square % Adelaide Airport
UnleyLINK % Unley % Mitcham shopping centre
EastLINK % The Parade % Magill (University of SA Campus)
ProspectLINK % North Adelaide % Prospect % Blair Athol
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