The Bald Hills interchange will be a new access point to the South Eastern Freeway for people living in Nairne and Mount Barker. These are two of the fastest growing towns in the state, and what used to be quiet country roads are now far less pleasant for cyclists.
While the new interchange will make the roads even busier, at least it provides the opportunity to improve how people cycling between the two towns can get pass the barrier posed by the Freeway.
We’ve asked the Minister what is planned for cyclists and pedestrians. To read our letter, click here.