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Paradise Interchange - Motion in Parliament 6 July 2017

PARADISE INTERCHANGE - Motion in House of Assembly, Parliament on 6 July 2017

 

MPs ready for another stint

We will keep lobbying for the community for more parking at Paradise Interchange. To sign our petition, visit www.parkingforparadise.com.au

Wheels back in motion - East Torrens Messenger

Renewed talks between Transport Minister and Campbelltown City Cuncil Mayor show the issue cannot continue to be ignored by the State Labor Government. Extract from the East Torrens Messenger, Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Paradise Interchange - Speech

I hold in my hand a petition signed by no fewer than 100 members of my local community concerning parking at Paradise Interchange. As we know, many locals have demanded improved parking facilities at Paradise Interchange for some time.

‘Stop parking in our suburban streets’: Residents fed up with Paradise bus exchange traffic

MORE side streets around Paradise bus interchange are becoming congested with cars as O-Bahn commuters battle for space, increasing pressure on the State Government to find a permanent solution.

O-Bahn extension: Majority of commuters prefer upraded interchanges, parking

EXCLUSIVE SURVEY: More than half of O-Bahn commuters do not believe spending $160 million to extend the busway into the city is good value and would prefer money be spent increasing parking at interchanges.

Paradise Interchange - Labor Lacks Accountability Hartley Herald Edition 10 Winter 2016

Commuters have been left disappointed in recent years following a broken promise by the Labor Government to upgrade the Paradise Interchange car park to accommodate the large volume of passengers and vehicles using the service

Upgrade Paradise Parking - The Advertiser

The $160 million O-Bahn upgrade will put more pressure on parking art an already overcrowded Paradise Interchange, residents and community leaders say.

Supply Bill 2016

Second Reading

Mr TARZIA ( Hartley ) ( 16:57 :00 ): I also rise today to speak in support of the Supply Bill 2016. I have been very interested to hear from members today about their thoughts on this issue, and I am hearing some recurring themes. Obviously, the state is being let down by the state government in an array of areas. That is the first thing I want to point out. The second thing, though, is it is not all doom and gloom. We on this side of the chamber certainly have a plan. We have a plan to make South Australia better. We have a plan to put South Australia first. With us in government, South Australia will certainly be winning again.

Residents near Paradise Interchange may get letter-dropped: You can park here — you just don’t know it

RESIDENTS living near Paradise Interchange have asked for permission to park outside their homes for longer than two hours, unaware Campbelltown Council has issued such permits for more than a decade.