As part of the Torrens Road to River Torrens Project, the T2T Alliance will be installing new stormwater infrastructure on Pym Street between South Road and Austin Street.

To minimise disturbance to peak hour traffic, the works will take place from 7pm Friday 3 March to 6am Monday 6 March 2017.

To safely facilitate these works, Pym Street will be temporarily closed between South Road and Austin Street from

7pm Friday 3 March to 6am Monday 6 March 2017.

Key activities                                                                                                                                           

  • Saw cutting of the road pavement and service depthing.
  • Trenching and pipe laying.
  • Reinstatement of pavement and asphalting.

A vacuum truck, road saw, mobile crane, excavator, compaction equipment, trucks and light vehicles will be used to perform these works. Lighting towers will also be in operation during night works.

Traffic management

  • Adelaide Metro buses travelling along Pym Street, between South Road and Days Road, will be detoured along

Hudson Avenue. For more information about detours and temporary bus stops, please call Adelaide Metro InfoLine

on 1300 311 108 or visit www.adelaidemetro.com.au  or click here.

  • Access to driveways will be maintained during these works.
  • Local detour routes will be in place and signage will alert motorists to the changed traffic conditions.
  • Pedestrian access will be maintained with the assistance of a traffic controller.
  • Lane and speed restrictions will apply in the vicinity of the works.
  • Some noise can be expected, however the work will be managed to minimise disturbance to local residents as much as possible.

For further information about these works, including the latest traffic arrangements, please visit www.t2talliance.com.au

You can also contact us on: 1300 794 899, or email at: enquiries@t2talliance.com.au

Download the free app metroMATE for Apple from the Adelaide Metro website (https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/metromate/id1172725642) to get real-time information about services and details on disruptions or delays. An Android version will be available in early 2017.