PortBUG: TAPA MARTINTHI YALA Shared Use Path Now Open!!!


DPTI and the Northern Connector Project announced this morning the opening of the final linkages on the Northern Connector Bikeway, otherwise named the TAPA MARTINTHI YALA Shared Use Path.

The key links now open are the Southern Interchange at the PREXY (connecting to the Port Expressway Bikeway) and the Dry Creek Trail.

The opening of these final sections also completes the connection to the Gawler Greenway. The name of the path – Tapa Martinthi Yala – means “pathway to embrace today” in the Aboriginal Kaurna language and has been delivered as part of the Northern Connector Project.

With the connection to the Port River Bikeway open at this Southern Interchange, there is now approximately 43km of continuous paths from Gawler to Port Adelaide (www.dpti.sa.gov.au/northernconnector).

The Port Expressway (‘PREXY’) Bikeway.

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