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This time-lapse film shows how workers seemingly effortlessly created a rail bridge over Main South Rd last weekend.
Giant sections of bridge were lowered into place, one of the most significant sections of the Tonsley rail line extension to Flinders University and Flinders Hospital.
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government Stephan Knoll announced the successful completion of the first stage of bridge works today after safety checks.
“The Flinders Link Project is well under way and is supporting around 55 local jobs,’’ he said.
Artist impression of the Flinders Link rail extension. Picture supplied“We are continuing to invest in public transport infrastructure and by extending this train line we will help connect the Flinders Medical and Education precinct with the city.
“This means people living in the southern suburbs will have better connectivity, from students, those needing to access Flinders Hospital and local residents who work in the city.”
This article first appeared on www.adelaidenow.com.au
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