The Northern Expressway

New dual expressway joining to the Sturt Highway at Gawler and Port Wakefield Road near Waterloo Corner: a distance of about 23 kilometres.

With the upgrade of Port Wakefield Road, the Northern Expressway will link to the Port River Expressway providing faster travel to and from Adelaide's west and Adelaide's main shipping port. It will be a four-lane freeway - two lanes in each direction - featuring interchanges and overpasses with a 110 kilometre per hour speed limit.

South Eastern Freeway

Major road link from Adelaide to Melbourne. The Road was constructed in the early 70's. A new open graded asphalt programme was commenced in 2008 through to 2011 at various sections between Callington and Stirling Open Graded Asphalt is utilised as a wearing course to provide increased safety in wet weather (through reduced surface water and spray during rain) and reduced noise levels.

Sturt Highway Upgrade

17 kilometre duplicated Sturt Highway between Gawler to Daveyston

The Adelaide Tramline Project

Construction of Adelaide's 31 million dollar tramline extension from Victoria Square to the UniSA City West campus which was the first stage of the State Government's vision to further integrate light rail services as an important part of New Tram Line Extension.

South Road Superway

The $842 million South Road Superway project is the biggest single investment in a South Australian road project, and the state's most complex engineering road construction project to date. The South Road Superway is stage two of the north-south transport corridor upgrade and will deliver a 4.8 kilometre non-stop corridor, comprising of a 2.8 kilometre elevated roadway, from the Port River Expressway to Regency Road