City Access Strategy

Street-level daytime image of a busy four-way pedestrian crossing with people and a cyclist in the foreground and different types of vehicles waiting at a stop light in the background.

Project Information

Funded by the Capital City Committee, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) and the City of Adelaide (CoA) have partnered to prepare a visionary 20-year integrated movement strategy for the City. The City Access Strategy will take an integrated approach to the planning for transport infrastructure and services to support future growth in population, jobs and visitors in the City and surrounding suburbs.

A project team led by Aurecon has been appointed to develop the Strategy, which will recommend a suite of plans and actions to improve access to, through and within the City. The City Access Strategy will cover the CBD and North Adelaide, the City Ring Route, and consider key linkages to adjoining suburbs.

Engagement with DPTI and CoA staff, Council’s Elected Members and key stakeholders has been undertaken to understand existing challenges with the current movement system, identify future opportunities, and develop and refine a vision for the future transport system.

Engagement with key stakeholders and the community will be a critical part of the process, so as to understand community and customer needs, challenges and ideas for the future.

Information about the work undertaken to date can be found here.

Opportunities for you to contribute will be added to this page as the project progresses.

Please register to be kept informed about this project through the ‘Subscribe' button to the right.


Project Information

Funded by the Capital City Committee, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) and the City of Adelaide (CoA) have partnered to prepare a visionary 20-year integrated movement strategy for the City. The City Access Strategy will take an integrated approach to the planning for transport infrastructure and services to support future growth in population, jobs and visitors in the City and surrounding suburbs.

A project team led by Aurecon has been appointed to develop the Strategy, which will recommend a suite of plans and actions to improve access to, through and within the City. The City Access Strategy will cover the CBD and North Adelaide, the City Ring Route, and consider key linkages to adjoining suburbs.

Engagement with DPTI and CoA staff, Council’s Elected Members and key stakeholders has been undertaken to understand existing challenges with the current movement system, identify future opportunities, and develop and refine a vision for the future transport system.

Engagement with key stakeholders and the community will be a critical part of the process, so as to understand community and customer needs, challenges and ideas for the future.

Information about the work undertaken to date can be found here.

Opportunities for you to contribute will be added to this page as the project progresses.

Please register to be kept informed about this project through the ‘Subscribe' button to the right.