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The PTP Alliance brings together McConnell Dowell, Arup and Mott Macdonald together with the Department of Infrastructure and Transport to deliver community-based and value-for-money public transport solutions that improve liveability and connectivity for South Australians – delivered safely and with minimal disruption to local communities.

Bringing together transport projects as part of a program of works under an Alliance ensures that all projects in the program have a consistent quality of delivery. When you walk past a PTP Alliance project, the safety outcomes, the way that the community is engaged and the commitment to minimising disruption is consistent irrespective of the complexity, the size or the location of the project.

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First Nations Dance Workshops and Museum Tours

Thu, 28 July

Local educators, Tjimari Sanderson-Milera and Iteka Sanderson-Bromley, ran First Nations dance workshops and museum tours with students from Brompton Primary School, as part of the PTP Alliance’s First Nations Education Program.

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University of South Australia site tour

Fri, 15 July

Urban and Regional Planning students from Uni SA were invited to visit the Ovingham Level Crossing Removal project.

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Opportunities to be involved

The PTP Alliance is committed to engaging stakeholders and the community in developing and delivering public transport solutions.

On all PTP Alliance projects there will be many opportunities to get involved and stay informed via regular newsletters, information sessions, signage, factsheets and construction notifications. You can also register for email updates to stay up-to-date, or email or call the project team at any time.

The PTP Alliance will also provide other opportunities to be involved in projects via the Alliance's community safety education, schools STEM partnership, place activation, community wildlife, community development and business support programs.

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