IT’S BUSINESS AS USUAL WHILST KING WILLIAM ROAD IS TRANSFORMED.
Adelaide’s most loved main street, King William Road, is undergoing an exciting transformation.
For four weeks, starting from Monday 8th July, the road will be closed to traffic from Arthur St through to the Park and Mitchell street intersection.
The road closure does not affect local businesses who will be trading as usual, so come on down and support the retailers within the shopping and dining destination.
King William Road is home to designer fashion and accessories, bridal boutiques, restaurants and cafes, gifts and homewares, as well as hair, body and beauty services.
The change will rejuvenate the area into a more vibrant, dynamic and versatile precinct.
The redevelopment includes re-paving the main street, new streetscaping, and improved accessibility thanks to the addition of pedestrian crossings and lighting.
King William Road is set to become an even greater place for the community to come together. Visitors will enjoy new shade, trees and infrastructure to support flexible outdoor dining and community events.
Business will be open whilst the transformation of King William Road takes place.
During the upgrade, pedestrians will be free to move along King William Road; you will still be able to support your favourite shop, restaurant, café or salon.
Although the development area will be closed to vehicle traffic, you will still be able to access side streets from Victoria Avenue, Greenhill Road, Goodwood Road and Unley Road.
You can continue to use local side streets for parking and to visit King William Road.
There are plenty of parking options available within a short five-minute walk. This includes designated disabled parking on Boffa Street.
Plus, many businesses also have off-street parking available that can be accessed from local side streets.
There will be no restriction on parking and access to businesses located on the section of King William Road between Greenhill Road and Union Street, including local favourites Oscar and Willow, Gather and Graze and Bottega Rotolo.
While your King William Road is being transformed, take the time to visit and support the local businesses. They help to make your community the wonderful place that it is.
For more information about King William Road’s exciting transformation and how to best access the area during construction, visit Design King William.
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