South Australia Roads - King William Rd./St. Adelaide
King William Road/Street, Adelaide
Circle means stop, arrow means turn, T means transit. That's really it. The streetcar that's been running in the centre of King William St. crosses the NB roadway here and heads to the west side of Peacock Rd. through the greenbelt outside Adelaide. Because of that, it needs a separate signal from everyone else. However, here's where I'm puzzled. A green ball lets traffic go through and left, which is fine. A green arrow lets them turn right - across the tracks. But the tracks also have green (or, err, white). So who has the right of way? I'll bet this is why the right turn was banned around 2015-16.
At North Tce., King William St. NB magically becomes King William Rd. What, no fanfare? It then crosses Karrawirra Parri (River Torrens) with the 1878 St. Peter's Cathedral in the background. I miss the former arch bridge.
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