I'm assuming that they're dealing with the space between the new fence nearest the line and the old one. Once all the features have been logged they should be able to come up with an accurate plan for a better path.
It was mentioned on ABC Radio last month that DPTI is going to fix the paving and then leave it to Unley Council to repair from then on. The path was originally built by DPTI but on Unley land. They disputed who was responsible to fix it.
I think the surveyors were marking the boundary between the path (owned by Unley) and the tramline (DPTI).
Thanks for the update.
I have checked with Unley council and so far they have no idea what is going on with the path??
If it was a main road it would have been fixed about 5 years ago .
I have the update from the council and yes talks are in progress but nothing has been agreed yet.
and the surveyors that were onsite were only there for the tram line.
Yes, last time I rode by I saw some crews spot-fixing the bumpy sections. The parts they fixed certainly seemed a lot smoother!
I wonder what happened to the work they were going to do to address pedestrian-cyclist conflict by the bus stop near Greenhill Rd? Maybe it was just decided that there is no solution better than the current one...
The team fixing the path are good at their jobs. the path is smoother and they make ever effort to keep the path open for commuters. I guess that's the difference between Council workers and private contractors. Thankyou DPTI
The bus stop/Greenhill road conflict you talked about is under Unley council control so please dont hold your breath waiting for a solution..
Note repairs to the path are being done 12 months after the path became dangerous...
People who are actually good at fixing paved paths are probably booked out months in advance. Quick fixes are usually dodgy fixes.