MEMBER for Schubert Stephan Knoll has resigned from his position in Premier Steven Marshall’s cabinet following his role in the state parliament’s country members travel allowance scandal.
TWO weeks after fearing her local route would soon be slashed and replaced with an on-demand service, Gawler commuter Pam Abbott was jubilant to hear the State Government is backing down from its proposed bus overhaul.
MOBILE phone coverage at Roseworthy and Kangaroo Flat is set to be boosted by a new $600,000 mobile phone tower.
GAWLER bus commuters will see no changes to local services later this year, after public outcry saw the State Government scrap its controversial overhaul of Adelaide’s bus system.
MAJOR changes to Gawler’s local bus services, including three routes becoming on-demand only, are set to be included in a significant overhaul of Adelaide’s public transport network.
TRANSPORT minister Stephan Knoll has given Angle Vale locals some hope a fix to the notorious Curtis and Heaslip Road intersection could be on the way.
NEW traffic lights at the intersection of Main North and Potts roads at Evanston have been switched on ahead of the Gawler East Link Road’s expected completion in the second half of this year – causing alleged congestion issues for road users.
A CONTROVERSAL development plan amendment (DPA) to rezone land along the soon-to-be electrified Gawler Rail Line has been canned, but only because planning minister Stephan Knoll believes new regulations will achieve the same result.