• Funding program Roads of Strategic Importance
  • Status Under construction
  • Transport mode Road
  • Expected start/finish Early 2020 - Late 2023
  • Estimated project cost $51,250,000
  • Australian Government contribution $41,000,000
  • Local Council/Shire District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula
  • State SA

Project description

This project will include:

-Pavement upgrades and shoulder sealing on six high priority areas along the Eyre Peninsula Network. 

-Construction of overtaking lanes on Lincoln Highway, Western Approach Road, Flinders Highway and Tod Highway. 

-Intersection improvements at four roundabouts on Liverpool Street in Port Lincoln and the installation of guard rails on targeted areas on Birdseye Highway between Cleve and Cowell.


The project will improve safety for all road users, network connectivity, and freight productivity.


The Australian Government is funding on an 80:20 ratio in conjunction with the SA Government.


Construction commenced in early 2020 and is expected to be completed by late 2023. 

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