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Re: #COM: Port River Expressway | 5.5km

#226 Post by Norman » Sun Aug 24, 2008 10:06 pm

It IS difficult holding the camera and driving, so it would be useful to have someone else. Maybe it's time to get a missus :lol:

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Re: #COM: Port River Expressway | 5.5km

#227 Post by Xaragmata » Sun Aug 24, 2008 11:33 pm

Norman wrote:Driving over the bridge:
Thanks, Norman!

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Re: #COM: Port River Expressway | 5.5km

#228 Post by drwaddles » Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:25 am

Norman wrote:It IS difficult holding the camera and driving, so it would be useful to have someone else. Maybe it's time to get a missus :lol:

mmm...yes...they do come in handy for some things :)

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Re: #COM: Port River Expressway | 5.5km

#229 Post by rhino » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:23 am

From Adelaide Now:

Sydac car accident simulator, Port River project win big
VALERINA CHANGARATHIL
August 12, 2009 01:30pm


.............The Port River Expressway Stages 2 & 3 project - undertaken by the Department for Transport, Energy & Infrastructure, Abigroup Contractors, DSC-SMEC, AECOM and Hardesty & Hanover International - was the joint winner of the SA Malcolm Kinnaird Engineering Excellence Award.

Stage 2 comprises the road bridge - a high-level four-lane single leaf bascule opening bridge with separated pedestrian and cyclist access.

Stage 3 is a single leaf rail bascule bridge, supporting a single track dual -gauge rail line for both standard and broad gauge usage.
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