EXTRA train services and fewer carriage seats on the Gawler rail line has been introduced to stop crowding on public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic.
TRAIN commuters have enjoyed a return to normal services since last week, but the state opposition is demanding more public transport options throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
AN underground rail link connecting Gawler to the south and the expansion of Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme to the Barossa have been identified as key infrastructure projects for the future of the state.
GAWLER train commuters have seen crowded carriages and reduced services on the Gawler rail line continue into this week, with the State Government adamant public transport is still safe to use.
GAWLER train commuters will experience service disruptions “until further notice”, after a mechanical fault was noted in a number of carriages in the state’s rail fleet.
RESIDENTS and local entrepreneurs who wanted to see the Barossa rail corridor revived have been left disappointed by the State Government’s decision to let the track lay dormant.
A HISTORIC heritage-listed Gawler railway canopy could be relocated to Port Adelaide, rather than being reinstated at its previous location at the Gawler Railway Station.