Hove Level Crossing removal survey
When: From Friday 12 February 2021 to Friday 5 March 2021
Hove Level Crossing Removal
What is the Hove Level Crossing Removal project?
The Australian and South Australian governments have committed to the removal of the Hove Level Crossing on Brighton Road, which is located approximately 70 metres from the Hove Train Station, where the Seaford Railway line intersects Brighton Road.
The crossing is approximately 12km southwest of the City of Adelaide, on a primary north-south strategic arterial corridor, linking with Tapleys Hill Road to the north (at Anzac Highway, Glenelg North) and Ocean Boulevard to the south (at Seacombe Road, Seacliff Park) and is a gazetted freight route.
An average of 34,700 vehicles pass through this level crossing each day. The booms gates at Hove Level Crossing are down for approximately 20 percent of the time during the combined AM and PM peak periods.
The Australian and South Australian governments are progressing the project to address safety concerns, reduce congestion and improve connectivity (locally and for national road transport productivity). The South Australian government has also committed to creating quality community spaces, new active transport links and new landscaped areas as part of the project.
Community drop-in sessions were recently held at Brighton Football Club to allow interested stakeholders to hear more about the project and provide their feedback. Community and stakeholder engagement continues to be an important part of the planning process and as such we would like to further understand community priorities regarding the project.
To provide your feedback:
Fill out the online survey.
The survey closes Friday 5 March 2021.
Alternatively you can request a hard copy survey by mailed to you via the below contact details.
Register your interest in receiving project updates. Email email@example.com
Speak to the friendly project team. Call 1300 794 880.