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AdeLINK

1 June 2016

City of Prospect Mayor David O’Loughlin has joined other inner-metropolitan mayors and CEOs in establishing the advocacy group, AdeLINK. The group will work together in a positive way to advocate for improved public transport options, with an immediate focus on the proposed AdeLINK tram network.

City of Prospect Mayor David O’Loughlin has joined other inner-metropolitan mayors and CEOs in establishing a new advocacy group, AdeLINK. The group will work together in a positive way to advocate for improved public transport options, with an immediate focus on the proposed AdeLINK tram network.

“We support the concept of AdeLINK and think there’s a greater role for trams in the inner Adelaide area. More specifically, we’re supporting the State Government’s $4m feasibility study to work out exactly where and how the tram network would be expanded,” said Mayor O’Loughlin,

“I know community support for the light rail on Prospect Rd will be very much driven by the design solutions proposed in a future feasibility study, and that's why we think the study is so vital to continuing the conversation” he said.

Mayor O’Loughlin went on to say, “We have pledged our commitment to the study to look at what the design would look like on Prospect Road prior to making any firm committment on supporting the project delivery."

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure SA (DPTI) has established a website providing up to date information for the study, including contact details for the community to provide their thoughts.

For further information on the study, and to provide your feedback, your comment and input is invited by following the contact details listed on the DPTI web page:

http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/infrastructure/public_transport_projects/electrification_of_public_transport_in_adelaide.

 

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