Signage around the Darlington Interchange is set to be reviewed following complaints from motorists that the current system is difficult to navigate.

SA’s Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will undertake the review of the $750 million interchange which opened last month.

The interchange connects South Road with the Southern Expressway and Ayliffes Road, with previous intersections in the area now bypassed.

A spokesperson from the government told The Advertiser that all of the signage throughout the interchange is up to Australian standards, but there has been feedback from road users.

“The project team is currently assessing feedback from road users,” the spokesperson told The Advertiser before acknowledging the changes to traffic layout.

However, the department’s spokesperson stopped short of conceding that the new layout is confusing.

The Darlington upgrade sees as many as 73,000 motorists pass through each day.


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