Main North Road, Kings Road and McIntyre Road Intersection Upgrade
Published on July 2021
We are delivering on projects that you told us were important.
The Marshall State Government and the Morrison Federal Government is working in collaboration to deliver a $13 million upgrade to the Main North Road, Kings Road and McIntyre Road Intersection right now.
In late May, I was fortunate to take part in the sod turning with our State Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Corey Wingard and Federal Senator David Fawcett.
This upgrade is essential in order to reduce the risk of future accidents for the approximately 81,550 vehicles travelling through the intersection daily, on average.
The current proposed treatments for the intersection upgrade include:
- widening of Main North Road, with the installation of an additional right turn lane into McIntyre Road, and three through lanes heading north on Main North Road;
- installation of additional through lane on Main North Road between Freda Thompson Place and Kings Road (north-east bound);
- installation of additional through lane on Main North Road between McIntyre Road and Kesters Road (south-west bound);
- extension of dual right turn lanes heading north-east from McIntyre Road onto Main North Road Road;
- separation of left turn traffic from Main North Road onto Kings Road and left turn traffic from Kings Road onto Lawrence Hargrave Way;
- new and upgraded pedestrian ramps and footpaths around the intersection;
- dedicated bicycle lanes on both approaches of Main North Road; and
- new and upgraded traffic signals, road lighting, line marking, and drainage.
More information is available here: https://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/inf...