WORK on about 6.4 kilometres of road on the Copper Coast Highway, between Kadina and Paskeville, started today (Tuesday, October 31).
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure said the work will improve safety and efficiency as part of the Upper Yorke Peninsula Regional Road Network Upgrade Program.
The work will include pavement rehabilitation, shoulder sealing and line marking.
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