Rail Revitalisation Program

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (2012 – 2014)

GTP Role                    
The Rail Revitalisation Program valued at $2 billion was the most extensive and complex upgrade of Adelaide’s rail network since the major overhauls of the 1920s.

We played a key role in the management of stakeholder and community relations for a number of projects under the Program, namely; the Goodwood Junction Grade Separation Project, Electrification of the Seaford Line and Marion Station Underpass. This included door-knocking local adjacent businesses and residents, maintaining a 24/7 information line, management of a stakeholder database, development of communications materials, facilitation of stakeholder involvement in the planning process as well as risk and opportunity identification and management.

Targeted communication and engagement with each local community assisted in minimising the impacts of these critical rail infrastructure upgrades in inner, middle and outer suburbs of Adelaide.