Railway Terrace Warradale Streetscape

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Consultation has concluded

The City of Marion’s road network affects all residents, businesses, visitors and those who drive through the Council area to reach other destinations. Therefore, the design of our streets can have a reaching impact through providing amenity, economic development and improved community health and safety.

As part of Councils $5 million contribution to the Oaklands Crossing project, the following works are programmed for design and construction 2020/21 financial year.

Railway Tce, Warradale between Diagonal Road and First Avenue has been identified as one of the streets Council will be improving and accordingly, a plan has been developed for your consideration.

June 2021 Update

Here you can view updated concept plans and information about on site works occurring in June/August 2021.

COMMUNITY ENAGEMENT FEEDBACK

Consultation occurred during December and January 2021. We asked people to view the concept designs and public art opportunities and provide feedback to help us finalise the Railway Terrace streetscape plan.

Here you can see the final community engagement feedback report in addition to all feedback we have also prepared a summary of design responses based on the feedback we heard.

The main features of the design include:

  • Provide a high quality, robust and distinctive street verge design;
  • Reconstruct existing pedestrian pavements on the northern side of Railway Terrace between Diagonal Road and First Avenue
  • Street furniture to support local business
  • Integration of public art to lift the visual aspects and sense of place
  • Wayfinding signs that relate to the broader Oaklands Precinct
  • Landscaping improvements to enhance the amenity

If you have any questions or would like to provide your feedback directly please contact

brett.grimm@marion.sa.gov.au | W www.marion.sa.gov.au


The City of Marion’s road network affects all residents, businesses, visitors and those who drive through the Council area to reach other destinations. Therefore, the design of our streets can have a reaching impact through providing amenity, economic development and improved community health and safety.

As part of Councils $5 million contribution to the Oaklands Crossing project, the following works are programmed for design and construction 2020/21 financial year.

Railway Tce, Warradale between Diagonal Road and First Avenue has been identified as one of the streets Council will be improving and accordingly, a plan has been developed for your consideration.

June 2021 Update

Here you can view updated concept plans and information about on site works occurring in June/August 2021.

COMMUNITY ENAGEMENT FEEDBACK

Consultation occurred during December and January 2021. We asked people to view the concept designs and public art opportunities and provide feedback to help us finalise the Railway Terrace streetscape plan.

Here you can see the final community engagement feedback report in addition to all feedback we have also prepared a summary of design responses based on the feedback we heard.

The main features of the design include:

  • Provide a high quality, robust and distinctive street verge design;
  • Reconstruct existing pedestrian pavements on the northern side of Railway Terrace between Diagonal Road and First Avenue
  • Street furniture to support local business
  • Integration of public art to lift the visual aspects and sense of place
  • Wayfinding signs that relate to the broader Oaklands Precinct
  • Landscaping improvements to enhance the amenity

If you have any questions or would like to provide your feedback directly please contact

brett.grimm@marion.sa.gov.au | W www.marion.sa.gov.au