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AMID suggestions of a Budget blowout, the State Government is adamant its Oaklands Park bus and rail interchange is going ahead.
It yet has to produce a detailed proposal for the $7 million redevelopment, south-west of Adelaide.
Announced in last year's Budget, the centre was to be built by the end of this year.
Independent state MP Kris Hanna said he did not believe the project could be completed for the budgeted $6.8 million.
"It is turning into the new government's first major embarrassment," he said.
A spokesperson for Transport Minister Patrick Conlon confirmed last week the interchange was going ahead and plans were still being worked on.
Mr Conlon told a community meeting last October the proposal would not proceed without community approval.
Local action group BOXers (Better Oaklands Crossing) spokeswoman Jacqueline Cookes said community consultation had been lacking.
"We have been given no clear proposal to put to the community to show them how the project has been amended so we don't know what we are accepting," she said.
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