Archive for Category: "Transport"
The Venezuelan government announced plans to boost tourist numbers through the establishment of a new Council of Tourism Promotion earlier this month. But conventional tourism isn’t what some visitors to the South American country want, says RYAN MALLETT OUTTRIM.
Walkerville residents believe that child safety is being put at risk around the new Woolworths shopping centre because of a lack of council spending on safe pedestrian crossings, reports JANINE DONALDSON.
A survey has shown that many are unaware of the legal restrictions surrounding the use of the handy smartphone when we need it most – in the car. IONA MACLEAN reports.
Premier Jay Weatherill announced Tuesday morning that Adelaide’s Britannia Roundabout will be split into two to improve traffic conditions. SARAH HANCOCK reports.
Eyre Peninsula residents and business owners are now realising the benefits of the ferry service that links its small country towns to the Yorke Peninsula, writes AARON HAMILTON.
A rise in Adelaide CBD parking rates next year may help motorists find parking spots more easily and reduce high levels of traffic caused by trying to find parks. MATTEO GAGLIARDI reports.
Have you noticed fixed speed cameras in your area disappearing? No, you’re not imagining it. JAMES ATKIN reports.
The SA Country Fire Service (CFS) is rolling out new trucks across the state, but what does this mean for local communities? SIMON NANKIVELL reports.
Many university students are unhappy with their timetable, according to a survey conducted by On the Record, reports ROB MACINTYRE.
Almost four months into the Adelaide Rail Revitalisation Plan and feedback from the public is mixed. EMILY ERICKSON reports.