Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant - Temporary Change in Access
As a result of increased activities surrounding the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plants main entry off Hodgson Road, DPTI’s Northern Connector project will be relocating the main entry to the corner of Robinson and Undo Road.
DPTI will relocate SA Water’s complete Security infrastructure; sliding gate, CCTV monitoring, access fob cards and intercom system, therefore ensuring the ongoing operation of the Bolivar WWTP as normal as possible.
This temporary entry is accessed from Port Wakefield Road via the new Waterloo Corner interchange from Wednesday 27 March 2019.
The temporary entry at the corner of Robinson and Undo Road will be operational until DPTI complete the construction of the Bolivar interchange and SA Water’s new security entry for the Bolivar WWTP, estimated 6-9 months.
The new security entry for Bolivar will include SA Water’s standards protections, with upgrades such as boom gates and spike strips at each of the two entry and one exit lanes increasing security and faster access through the entry.
Please note while the temporary gate is in operation all vehicles will be required to travel on a designated internal unsealed road. The unsealed road is being widened to allow two way traffic from the temporary gate to Allwater’s administration office.
The road will be restricted to 40km/hr, with reflective bollards, advanced warning and way finding signage. All drivers are required to use the designated road, adhere to all signage and road rules.
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