ANYONE who regularly frequents Gawler’s Murray Street would recognise Gawler resident Stephanie Pugsley, who walks up and down the town’s main thoroughfare every day.
A NEW public wi-fi network along Murray Street – for which Gawler Council has sought business proposals to develop – could provide council with timely data on consumer spending patterns, parking trends and traffic management in Gawler’s Central Business District.
IT was a case of déjà vu for State Opposition leader Steven Marshall last week, as he rediscovered how bad traffic congestion can get on Gawler’s main street.
PUBLIC wi-fi and new closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras may soon be installed in Gawler’s Central Business District, as Gawler Council voted last night on whether to seek business proposals for their implementation.
CURRENT vacancy rates of commercial properties within Gawler’s Murray Street and the surrounding area are below the industry average, according to Gawler Council.
GAWLER Council has revealed it is in discussions with the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure regarding potential changes to the Lyndoch Road/Murray Street intersection.