Road Photos & Information: South Australia
  Bolivar Road, Kings Road and McIntyre Road (A18)

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General Information:

A18 runs in a generally northwesterly / southeasterly direction through some of Adelaide's northern suburbs. It is dual carriageway from the Salisbury Hwy (A13) junction through the intersection with North East Road in Modbury. The rest of the route is undivided.

Bolivar Road experiences around 17 700 vehicles per day on the A18 section of the road. Kings Road is used by 8200 vehicles per day. 1

History:

Preview: Description:
Trailblazer:
Southbound reassurance marker on Kings Road at Parafield, near Amsterdam Crescent. April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Typical Conditions:
Southbound on Kings Road at Parafield, near Thomas More College. April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Level Crossing:
Southbound through the Kings Road level crossing at Parafield. April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching Cross Keys Road and Dakota Drive at Parafield / Salisbury South, April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Approaching Cross Keys Road and Dakota Drive:
Southbound at the intersection with Cross Keys Road and Dakota Drive at Salisbury South, April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Advance Directional Sign:
Southbound AD sign for Main North Road (NH-A20) at Salisbury South. April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Main North Road Intersection:
Southbound through the junction with NH-A20 - Main North Road, at Salisbury South, April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Reassurance Trailblazer:
Southbound trailblazer on McIntyre Road at Peacock Road intersection, Salisbury East, April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

Bridge Road Intersection:
Southbound approaching the signalised junction with Bridge Road in Salisbury East, April 2007.

Image © Darrin Smith

1 Information taken from the DTEI Northern Expressway Environmental Report

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