Proposed Speed Zone changes in Strathalbyn

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Community consultation is now open

Council and the Department of Infrastructure and Transport have worked with traffic consultants to review a number of existing speed zones south of Strathalbyn, resulting in a number of recommendations. Council is now seeking community feedback on proposed speed zone changes to a number of roads including:

  • Parker Av / Nine Mile Rd (Existing 80km/hr zone south of Cobb and Co Court to become 70km/hr zone then continues to 100km/hr zone south of Riverside road)
  • Milnes Rd / Dry Plains Rd (50km/hr speed zone extended south of Forrest Road and 70km/h zone to be implemented where previous 80km/hr zone extended to south of Riverside Road then continues to 100km/hr speed zone)
  • Forrest Rd (Existing 50km/hr zone to remain at western end of road and 80km/hr zone to be reduced to 70km/hr)
  • Riverside Rd (100km/hr zone to be reduced to 70km/hr).

Community consultation will be open from 10 June until 5pm, 1 July 2021 and Council welcomes your feedback. To provide comment, please view the map and complete the online survey below. The State Government's Speed Limit Guidelines is available for your reference here

Written responses can be sent by post to Alexandrina Council, PO Box 21, GOOLWA, SA, 5214 or by email to assetadmin@alexandrina.sa.gov.au; for further information please contact Council’s Assets team on 8555 7000.


Community consultation is now open

Council and the Department of Infrastructure and Transport have worked with traffic consultants to review a number of existing speed zones south of Strathalbyn, resulting in a number of recommendations. Council is now seeking community feedback on proposed speed zone changes to a number of roads including:

  • Parker Av / Nine Mile Rd (Existing 80km/hr zone south of Cobb and Co Court to become 70km/hr zone then continues to 100km/hr zone south of Riverside road)
  • Milnes Rd / Dry Plains Rd (50km/hr speed zone extended south of Forrest Road and 70km/h zone to be implemented where previous 80km/hr zone extended to south of Riverside Road then continues to 100km/hr speed zone)
  • Forrest Rd (Existing 50km/hr zone to remain at western end of road and 80km/hr zone to be reduced to 70km/hr)
  • Riverside Rd (100km/hr zone to be reduced to 70km/hr).

Community consultation will be open from 10 June until 5pm, 1 July 2021 and Council welcomes your feedback. To provide comment, please view the map and complete the online survey below. The State Government's Speed Limit Guidelines is available for your reference here

Written responses can be sent by post to Alexandrina Council, PO Box 21, GOOLWA, SA, 5214 or by email to assetadmin@alexandrina.sa.gov.au; for further information please contact Council’s Assets team on 8555 7000.