TQEH Redevelopment News
Temporary traffic restrictions from 17 May 2019
With the new multi-storey car park nearing completion at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH), temporary traffic restrictions will take place on Woodville Road from 17 May 2019.
On Friday 17 May 2019 between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm, works will occur on the concrete island along Woodville Road out the front of the car park construction zone. To accommodate these changes, two lanes will temporarily divert into one lane around the concrete island.
On Saturday 18 May between 7.00 am to 4.00 pm, a section of Woodville Road in the south-west direction will temporarily divert from two lanes to one lane. The far left lane will be closed allowing truck access for the car park façade installation.
Access to the Emergency Department will be maintained during this time.
Creating a culturally welcoming environment
Community workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are invited to participate in a workshop on cultural design principles for TQEH Redevelopment.
This free event welcomes consumers and members of the community. The aim is to create a culturally welcoming environment; this is your opportunity to get involved. Afternoon tea will be provided.
When: Wednesday 15 May 2019
Time: 1.00pm to 3.00 pm
Where: The Oval Function Rooms, 9 Queen Street, Alberton SA 5014
Bookings are essential
RSVP to: Health.TQEHStage3Redevelopment@sa.gov.au by 13 May 2019.
- For more information, please view the workshop flyer (PDF 365KB)
Changes to southern entrance at TQEH
Changes to the location of the southern roadway entrance into TQEH, from Woodville Road, will come into effect on 7 November 2018. This entrance provides public access to the emergency department drop off area, and short term public and staff parking, as well as TQEH loading dock.
- The new entrance is shown in the TQEH Southern entrance map - Gate 5 (JPG 231KB).
- The ambulance entrance and roadway (Gate 4) to the emergency department will not be impacted.
The new roadway has been built as part of the construction of a new 500 space car park for TQEH, which is part of the $260 million TQEH Redevelopment.
Directional signage is in place.
For any questions or feedback about TQEH Redevelopment email: Health.TQEHStage3Redevelopment@sa.gov.au