[PRO] Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

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[PRO] Re: Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#76 Post by Norman » Mon May 06, 2019 12:19 pm

A backflip, but this time a good one. Looks like we're back to a standard intersection for the proposed upgrade.

https://youtu.be/7OM9Y_k7LXI

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[PRO] Re: Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#77 Post by SBD » Mon May 06, 2019 1:11 pm

Norman wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 12:19 pm
A backflip, but this time a good one. Looks like we're back to a standard intersection for the proposed upgrade.

https://youtu.be/7OM9Y_k7LXI
Do you know if that is the same as the original Labor/DPTI plan, or is this a third design, but with features similar to the first one?

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[PRO] Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#78 Post by Vasco » Mon May 06, 2019 1:21 pm

As a local resident who has been a part of community/social media platforms in agitation and requesting further justification against the lacklustre Liberal plan. Federal MP Nicolle Flint and State Liberal MPs Duluk/Knoll & to lesser extent Carolyn Power-Habib gave us nothing but complete distain for our concerns.

Recently Stephan Knoll originally postponed and then indefinitely canceled an agreed forum to present m, justify and discuss the preferred option with council, with no justified response.

I suggest the main thing that got this over the line was Nicolle Flint’s wafer thin margin in Boothby and the effect our constant protests were having (in conjunction with the Labor option).

A good outcome, although early announcements have shown a lack of transparency and acknowledgement of their ‘backflip’ and former rusted on position.


In terms of the design, I think it looks roughly similar, although I don’t think the labor design was detailed enough the show the specifics of slip lanes etc. However the angle of the re-alignment could also possibly be different.

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[PRO] Re: Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#79 Post by Brucetiki » Mon May 06, 2019 4:25 pm

Norman wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 12:19 pm
A backflip, but this time a good one. Looks like we're back to a standard intersection for the proposed upgrade.

https://youtu.be/7OM9Y_k7LXI
Boothby under that much of a threat?

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[PRO] Re: Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#80 Post by greenknight » Wed May 08, 2019 7:39 am

SBD wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 1:11 pm
Norman wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 12:19 pm
A backflip, but this time a good one. Looks like we're back to a standard intersection for the proposed upgrade.

https://youtu.be/7OM9Y_k7LXI
Do you know if that is the same as the original Labor/DPTI plan, or is this a third design, but with features similar to the first one?
Looks different, more dedicated turning lanes in liberals plans vs labors, also looks like daws road gets slightly realigned as well not just springbank road (cant tell 100% though from the viz)

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[PRO] Re: Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#81 Post by Vasco » Wed May 08, 2019 8:40 am

OVERVIEW - From PCCG posted on their FB last night

“Panorama Clapham Community Group (PCCG) representatives attended the City of Mitcham Chambers tonight to observe the SA Planning, Transport and Infrastructure presentation on the latest 'Alignment' option. Frank Pangallo MLC and Carolyn Power - née Habib MP were also present. Only City of Mitcham Elected Members were permitted to ask questions.

Unlike 'Alignment MkI', the new variant is expected to exit alongside Peter Van The Party Man through 609 Goodwood Rd, Panorama, go through the Caltex Service Station opposite and impact 224,226 & 228 Daws Rd behind that.

PCCG then caught up with SA Planning, Transport and Infrastructure staff outside. PCCG emphasised how important widespread Community Consultation would be to the success of the project and that we wished to be fully engaged throughout the process.

We were saddened to hear the human impact after the meeting when PCCG spokesperson Neil Baron took a call from one of the residents affected.

N.B.
A more DETAILED synopsis of tonight's presentation and PCCG's considered response will be posted in the NEXT FEW DAYS
We need time to think through the implications and assess the official information that SA Planning, Transport and Infrastructure said they will send us.

MORE TO COME”

So gathering, rather than going through a large chunk of Bedford, now to go through the old villa between Peter Van and the possibly edge of Bedford, as well as the servo and houses behind it.


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[PRO] Re: Goodwood/Springbank/Daws Road Intersection

#82 Post by shiftaling » Wed May 08, 2019 8:44 am

Glad they went with this in the end.

Would seem to be a future-proof solution for Springbank Road with the single lane dividing into two through lanes and two turning lanes.

Not that I have any understanding of the feasibility of upgrades to that road, just that it has always been quite an annoying merge further up near to Belair Road.

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