The 10.5 km Torrens to Darlington (T2D) Project is the final piece of the North-South Corridor, the most significant infrastructure project ever undertaken in South Australia.
Set to unlock Adelaide’s traffic network, T2D will stimulate economic activity, create up to 4,000 new jobs and help ensure people, produce and products arrive where they need to be safer and sooner.
12 May 2021
Hundreds of thousands of South Australians are a step closer to quicker, safer travel, amid the beginning of a new round of job-creating ground investigations, focusing on the Southern Tunnel section of the North-South Corridor.
18 Feb 2021
The Marshall Liberal Government will continue early works for the final 10.5 kilometre stretch of the North-South Corridor with procurement to commence on the second and final phase of technical investigations.
4 Feb 2021
The Marshall Liberal Government will receive expert, industry-leading advice to finalise the business case and development of the reference design for the final stage of the North-South Corridor from SA based Joint-Venture Aurecon Mott MacDonald.
25 Nov 2020
The Marshall Liberal Government’s once-in-a-generation infrastructure project – the final section of the North-South Corridor – is set to save commercial freight operators approximately $8.80 per trip along the 10.5km stretch.