Market to Riverbank Link Project

The Market to Riverbank link project is a $14.6 million joint investment project between the City of Adelaide and the State Government (through Renewal SA) to upgrade Bank Street, Leigh Street, Topham Mall, Bentham Street and Pitt Street.


This initiative will create an exciting and vibrant thoroughfare between the Adelaide Central Market and the Adelaide Riverbank. These important connecting streets provide a significant route for more than 15,000 locals and tourists on a daily basis. The upgrade of the small streets and laneways that connect the Market District through the city core and Adelaide Railway Station to the Riverbank is a major priority for the city.

The link will offer a more intimate route for pedestrians and cyclists to and from the Market District and the Adelaide Riverbank, including the upgrade of Festival Plaza and Station Road. It will feature upgrades that include new paving, lighting, trees, landscaping, street furniture, public art and a program of activation.

During the 'How do you like your Laneways' consultation in April 2016, you told us what was important to you regarding the future of these Laneways.

From here, we have developed designs taking into consideration the top 5 themes you shared with us:

  • Greenery, trees, grass
  • Limiting car access, pedestrian priority
  • Lighting, nice lighting
  • Public art, street art
  • Atmosphere, vibrancy, character, buzzing, lively.


STAY INFORMED

Register your interest on the STAY INFORMED WIDGET (right) to be kept informed about this project


Pitt Street Upgrade

PLEASE NOTE: The current consultation regarding the changes to Pitt Street (creating a partial one-way street) has been formally withdrawn, as a result of early and significant stakeholder feedback.

We will continue to provide updates on the Pitt Street project, which will include further community consultation.

Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Pitt Street Upgrade


Bentham Street Upgrade

We consulted with you from 19 July - 19 August 2017 on both the concept design for Bentham Street, as well as the proposed partial road closure, as required under Section 32 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961 (closing Bentham Street to northbound traffic between between Franklin Street and Peppers Waymouth Hotel porte-cochere exit).


Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Bentham Street Upgrade


Bank Street Redevelopment

After incorporating the feedback received from stakeholders and the broader community into the street design, works have commenced in Bank Street and are estimated to be completed by 15 December 2017.


Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Bank Street Redevelopment


Topham Mall Redevelopment

After incorporating the feedback received from stakeholders and the broader community into the street design, works have commenced in Topham Mall North and are estimated to be completed by 15 December 2017.


Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Topham Mall Redevelopment



The Market to Riverbank link project is a $14.6 million joint investment project between the City of Adelaide and the State Government (through Renewal SA) to upgrade Bank Street, Leigh Street, Topham Mall, Bentham Street and Pitt Street.


This initiative will create an exciting and vibrant thoroughfare between the Adelaide Central Market and the Adelaide Riverbank. These important connecting streets provide a significant route for more than 15,000 locals and tourists on a daily basis. The upgrade of the small streets and laneways that connect the Market District through the city core and Adelaide Railway Station to the Riverbank is a major priority for the city.

The link will offer a more intimate route for pedestrians and cyclists to and from the Market District and the Adelaide Riverbank, including the upgrade of Festival Plaza and Station Road. It will feature upgrades that include new paving, lighting, trees, landscaping, street furniture, public art and a program of activation.

During the 'How do you like your Laneways' consultation in April 2016, you told us what was important to you regarding the future of these Laneways.

From here, we have developed designs taking into consideration the top 5 themes you shared with us:

  • Greenery, trees, grass
  • Limiting car access, pedestrian priority
  • Lighting, nice lighting
  • Public art, street art
  • Atmosphere, vibrancy, character, buzzing, lively.


STAY INFORMED

Register your interest on the STAY INFORMED WIDGET (right) to be kept informed about this project


Pitt Street Upgrade

PLEASE NOTE: The current consultation regarding the changes to Pitt Street (creating a partial one-way street) has been formally withdrawn, as a result of early and significant stakeholder feedback.

We will continue to provide updates on the Pitt Street project, which will include further community consultation.

Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Pitt Street Upgrade


Bentham Street Upgrade

We consulted with you from 19 July - 19 August 2017 on both the concept design for Bentham Street, as well as the proposed partial road closure, as required under Section 32 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961 (closing Bentham Street to northbound traffic between between Franklin Street and Peppers Waymouth Hotel porte-cochere exit).


Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Bentham Street Upgrade


Bank Street Redevelopment

After incorporating the feedback received from stakeholders and the broader community into the street design, works have commenced in Bank Street and are estimated to be completed by 15 December 2017.


Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Bank Street Redevelopment


Topham Mall Redevelopment

After incorporating the feedback received from stakeholders and the broader community into the street design, works have commenced in Topham Mall North and are estimated to be completed by 15 December 2017.


Click here to view the Bank Street Redevelopment
Click here for more information about the Topham Mall Redevelopment