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www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
Planning, Project Selection and Priorities for
Infrastructure in South Austra...
Strategic Context
A new tram network
Modernised bus network
New and upgraded roads
Freight and ports
New bikeways and walkways
Electri...
 $36 billion (2013 dollars) over 30 years
• $29 billion from the State and
Federal Governments
• $7 billion from local go...
 $36 billion (2013 dollars) over 30 years
• $29 billion from the State and
Federal Governments
• $7 billion from local go...
AdeLINK
PortLINK
WestLINK
UnleyLINK
EastLINK
ProspectLINK
Complete the improvements to the north-
south backbone train network
AdeLINK tram network
Redesign and modernise the bu...
Complete the North-South Corridor
Upgrade the Inner Ring Route and Outer Ring
Route
Duplicate Victor Harbor Road to McL...
Extend the Bikedirect network, with focus on
public transport hubs, activity centres and
schools
Separate cycling and wa...
35% of total ITLUP investment is in regional SA
Duplicate the Dukes Highway to Victoria
Seal the Strzelecki Track
APY L...
35% of total ITLUP investment is in regional SA
Implement the Regional Mining and
Infrastructure Plan
Upgrade roads to e...
www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
Managing and maintaining our transport assets
• Increased maintenance funding to improve and ...
www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
Solution Maps and Tables
www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
Between 21 October 2013 and 17 January 2014
Draft Plan, Technical Document, independent repo...
North –South Corridor
Completed:
 $118m Gallipoli Underpass
 $32m Glenelg Tram Overpass
 $564m Northern Expressway
 $8...
North-South Corridor: Torrens to Torrens ($896 million)
Darlington Upgrade Project ($620 million)
For illustrative purposes only – Subject to change
Strategic Infrastructure Plan for SA
Released in 2005 to:
• Drive alignment and integration of private and
public investme...
• Released 12 June 2014
• Focused on infrastructure planning to support
mining development
• Rigorous, independent assessm...
Mining clusters with highest demand
• Establishes the Resources Infrastructure Taskforce
• Works with private sector stakeholders on
options to facilitate key...
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Mark Elford - Government of South Australia - Planning, project selection and priorities for infrastructure in SA
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Mark Elford delivered the presentation at the 2014 Future of Infrastructure Conference.

The Future of Infrastructure forum explored state and national challenges which impact the long term economic growth and future of infrastructure development in Australia at this time. It also addressed the latest proposals for changes within Australia's infrastructure.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://bit.ly/FutureofInfrastructure2014

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Mark Elford - Government of South Australia - Planning, project selection and priorities for infrastructure in SA

  1. 1. Insert text here www.transportplan.sa.gov.au Planning, Project Selection and Priorities for Infrastructure in South Australia 19 August 2014 Mark Elford A/Group Executive Director, Infrastructure Division Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
  2. 2. Strategic Context
  3. 3. A new tram network Modernised bus network New and upgraded roads Freight and ports New bikeways and walkways Electrified rail network Better use of existing assets Increased maintenance Safety GOALS CHALLENGES SOLUTIONS 1. Healthy, safe, affordable and connected communities 2. A strong, diverse and growing economy 3. Thriving natural and built environments 6 key challenges, 17 priorities to address challenges The Process
  4. 4.  $36 billion (2013 dollars) over 30 years • $29 billion from the State and Federal Governments • $7 billion from local government and private sector www.transportplan.sa.gov.au Projects Completed since 2003 $6.6 billion  Bakewell underpass  Port River Expressway  Gallipoli Underpass and Glenelg Tram overpass  Northern Expressway  Sturt Highway duplication to Nuriootpa and improvements in the Riverland  Re-sleepering of the train lines in Adelaide  Glenelg tram line extension to the Entertainment Centre  Seaford rail extension and electrification  Outer Harbor deepening  LeFevre Peninsula rail improvements  McLaren Vale overpass  Road safety improvements (eg Black Spot programs) Projects Underway and Budgeted $2.2 billion  Completion of Southern Expressway duplication  South Road – Torrens Road to River Torrens  Darlington Upgrade project  Completion of electrification of the Gawler line to Dry Creek, and new railcars  Resolving capacity constraints at Torrens rail junction  Tonsley Park transport hub  Road safety improvements (eg Black Spot programs)  Replacement of River Murray ferries  North East Road / Sudholz Road intersection  South Eastern Freeway Managed Motorway  Road improvements in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands
  5. 5.  $36 billion (2013 dollars) over 30 years • $29 billion from the State and Federal Governments • $7 billion from local government and private sector www.transportplan.sa.gov.au Investment over the Next 30 Years 1. Adelaide’s North–South Corridor and the Road Network  North-South Corridor $5.6b  Upgrading of other major traffic and freight routes $4.7b 2. Modernising and Expanding Public Transport  Upgrade Adelaide’s passenger rail lines including electrification $3.3b  Bringing back the trams to Adelaide by creating the AdeLINK network $2.9b  Redesigning and modernising the bus network $1.4b 3. Upgrading Regional Transport Infrastructure  Upgrading regional roads $5.5b  New deep sea ports, and new and upgraded road and rail links to ports $6.9b 4. Encouraging Active Travel Choices and Sustainability  Cycling and walking networks in Adelaide and regional towns $0.5b
  6. 6. AdeLINK PortLINK WestLINK UnleyLINK EastLINK ProspectLINK
  7. 7. Complete the improvements to the north- south backbone train network AdeLINK tram network Redesign and modernise the bus network Potential underground train loop in the CBD Protect the extension of train lines in the north and south in the longer term Relocate passenger rail terminal into Adelaide station in the longer term Public Transport by Mode over 30 years www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
  8. 8. Complete the North-South Corridor Upgrade the Inner Ring Route and Outer Ring Route Duplicate Victor Harbor Road to McLaren Vale, and in the longer term to Mount Compass Targeted intersection and road section upgrades along major traffic and freight routes – including some road duplication Actively manage the road network Implement Managed Motorways Protect freight routes Adelaide’s Road and Rail Freight Network by 30 years www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
  9. 9. Extend the Bikedirect network, with focus on public transport hubs, activity centres and schools Separate cycling and walking routes along arterial roads where possible Complete the Greenways Program Expand cycling and walking catchments – e.g. people-friendly streets Work with councils to maintain and create walking and cycling networks Promote cycling and walking, and improve driver awareness Bikeways Network Solution www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
  10. 10. 35% of total ITLUP investment is in regional SA Duplicate the Dukes Highway to Victoria Seal the Strzelecki Track APY Lands road improvements Targeted road widening, more overtaking lanes and rest areas across the network Arterial road town bypasses of Penola, Truro and Port Wakefield, and potential bypass of Renmark and sealing of Yorkey’s Crossing at Port Augusta Prepare regional passenger transport plans Support regional aviation Regional Transport Solutions www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
  11. 11. 35% of total ITLUP investment is in regional SA Implement the Regional Mining and Infrastructure Plan Upgrade roads to expand High Productivity Vehicle network Upgrade rail lines Improve connectivity to air and sea ports Deliver regulatory reforms (eg National Heavy Vehicle Regulator) Provide freight hubs and intermodals Freight and Ports Solutions www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
  12. 12. www.transportplan.sa.gov.au Managing and maintaining our transport assets • Increased maintenance funding to improve and sustain the performance of the transport network • Make better use of our transport assets Make our transport system safer and deliver South Australia’s Road Safety Strategy Reduce environmental impacts Reduce car dependency State-wide Solutions
  13. 13. www.transportplan.sa.gov.au Solution Maps and Tables
  14. 14. www.transportplan.sa.gov.au Between 21 October 2013 and 17 January 2014 Draft Plan, Technical Document, independent reports, fact sheets, brochures, posters, advertisements, postcards, animation, etc 32 public events across Adelaide and regional SA Feedback forms 8 briefing sessions for councils, LGAs and RDAs Meetings with industry, government and other interest groups Further information and submissions provided by writing, emailing, filling out a survey (DPTI website), information line, feedback forms, SASP website, using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube Over 2500 people attending community events and briefing sessions Almost 1500 submissions received Feedback has been overwhelmingly positive Community Consultation
  15. 15. North –South Corridor Completed:  $118m Gallipoli Underpass  $32m Glenelg Tram Overpass  $564m Northern Expressway  $842m South Road Superway Underway:  $407.5m Southern Expressway Duplication Funded:  $896m Torrens Road to River Torrens  $620m Darlington Upgrade Project
  16. 16. North-South Corridor: Torrens to Torrens ($896 million)
  17. 17. Darlington Upgrade Project ($620 million) For illustrative purposes only – Subject to change
  18. 18. Strategic Infrastructure Plan for SA Released in 2005 to: • Drive alignment and integration of private and public investment and policy effort by governments • Facilitate efficient development and use of infrastructure • Encourage innovative solutions to address emerging infrastructure needs Discussion Paper released in 2010 http://www.infrastructure.sa.gov.au/
  19. 19. • Released 12 June 2014 • Focused on infrastructure planning to support mining development • Rigorous, independent assessment of future demand and infrastructure requirements • Over the next 20 years (medium case scenario) mining potential in SA: • Produce 95 mtpa of ore • Add $22.5b to the economy • Create 5,700 full time jobs Regional Mining and Infrastructure Plan
  20. 20. Mining clusters with highest demand
  21. 21. • Establishes the Resources Infrastructure Taskforce • Works with private sector stakeholders on options to facilitate key infrastructure projects • Initial focus: to facilitate a port solution within three years, with a business case in 12 months • Reports directly to the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy & the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure • Available to download: infrastructure.sa.gov.au Regional Mining and Infrastructure Plan
  22. 22. Thank you

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