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The State Government is asking the Aldinga community where a future railway station should be built in their suburb.
Renewal SA has proposed two locations for a train station on a 94ha block of land, bounded by Main South, Aldinga Beach, Quinliven and How roads.
One site is next to the Aldinga super school being built on 14ha of vacant land on Quinliven Rd.
Potential location for the Aldinga Railway Station.The birth to Year 12 school will cater for up to 1675 students and is expected to open in time for the start of the 2022 school year.
The other location faces out onto Aldinga Beach Rd.
Second potential site for the Aldinga Railway StationThe station would cater for any future extension of the railway line from Seaford to Aldinga.
According to the Aldinga Structure Plan, the option next to the school would make it easier for students to access the campus while the other site was closer to Southern Vale Christian College and shops on How and Aldinga Beach roads.
The structure plan will be used by Renewal SA to determine future uses for the land, and the infrastructure needed to develop it.
It allows for the $305 million Main South Rd duplication, from Seaford to Aldinga, which is expected to start this year.
Up to 1000 new homes are proposed for the site.
This article first appeared on www.adelaidenow.com.au
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