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A new road between Gortburn, Tull안마amarine and Adelaide has been opened by the federal government, paving the way for traffic and the passage of more motor vehicles.
Gortburn and the area it surrounds, which have been isolated by heavy rain in the past four days, will benefit from an additional 1km of the state highway, which will be able to carry up to 7.5 million passengers.
«The investment makes us more competitive in future with other governments around the world, and we hope to attract more new and existing business for the benefit of Adelaide, the region and the state,» Mr Turnbull said at the opening, with Prime Minister Tony Abbott speaking by the radio broadcast.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill declared the State Highway 1 was «a historic achievement».
«Our partnership with the federal government is helping us to transform South Australia to one of the most 여수출장마사지successful cities in the country,» he said.
«Roads like this help to fuel economic growth and make South Australia a more attractive, more vibrant city to live and work in and to visit.»
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said the Commonwealth had paid $13.2 billion to improve our roads.
«When you hear of how much infrastructure the Commonwealth has done, you just want to get up and go, there’s a better thing to do with your time and energy,» he said.
«We’ve heard for some time we needed to put in more roads, and this will give people more choice and more options.»
The cost to build the $400 million road through Tullamarine and Gortburn is estimated to be 강릉출장샵less than $400 million, but Mr Abbott said there were no options and «this is simply the right thing to do for South Australia».
The Government is yet to determine the amount of money it will spend and, for the Commonwealth, a funding target of $500 million would only cover the first two kilometres of the first leg.
Topics: federal—state-issues, states-and-territories, alice-springs-0870, sa