UPDATE: NIGHT AND DAY WORKS IN THE RAIL CORRIDOR AT QUEEN STREET AND CROYDON STATION – 9 NOVEMBER 2017 FOR APPROXIMATELY 10 DAYS

As part of the Torrens Rail to River Torrens Project, major works are continuing in the rail corridor, between Queen Street and Croydon Station, Croydon, weather permitting.

Works update 

  • Installation of the L-walls for the new Croydon Station has taken longer than expected.
  • In order to complete these works as soon as possible, from 7pm Thursday 9 November 2017 for approximately 10 days, day and night works will be undertaken to backfill the L-walls on the southern side of the station along Euston Terrace.
  • Upcoming works include the installation of conduits to station platforms and for signalling, installation of pedestrian mazeways plus new kerbing and pavement.

Equipment

During these works a variety of equipment will be used including an excavator, trucks, compaction equipment and hand tools. Lighting towers will also be used in operation during night works.

Traffic arrangements  

  • Due to delays in the installation of the L-walls, the Queen Street level crossing will now partially re-open to motorists at 6am Saturday 11 November 2017, from this time:
    • Access across the level crossing from Queen Street to Elizabeth Street (northbound) will be reopened.
    • Motorists wanting to cross the level crossing from Elizabeth Street to Queen Street (southbound) will continue to be redirected to South Road or Rosetta Street.
    • The level crossing will be intermittently closed for further works, and advance notice will be provided to local residents and businesses.
  • Day Terrace (east of Elizabeth Street) will continue to remain temporarily closed to motorists at Elizabeth Street.

 For more information about these works please call: 1300 794 899 or email: enquiries@t2talliance.com.au