City Bikeways

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The Project

The City Bikeways project will introduce two continuous and separated bikeways through the City of Adelaide, one from north to south and the other from east to west.

The bikeways will be designed and planned in response to the local circumstances of each streetscape along each route. The final designs may include improvements to landscaping, lighting, paving and signage where appropriate.


East-West Bikeway

At its meeting on 15 December 2020, Council noted the proposed route of the East-West Bikeway along Franklin Street, Flinders Street, Gawler Place, Wakefield Street and Wakefield Road. Please refer to the map to the right by clicking here.

It will connect with:

  • the shared path on West Terrace
  • the North-South Bikeway on Frome Street, and
  • the Park Lands Trail and shared paths in the Park Lands via a new signalised crossing on Wakefield Road.

We are informing the community of the route alignment and seeking feedback on the East-West Bikeway Design Guide. Further details are provided in the Consultation Pack by clicking here.

We will be contacting all property owners and occupiers along the route of the East-West Bikeway as part of the consultation process to seek feedback.


North-South Bikeway

The North-South Bikeway is being developed along the Frome Street / Frome Road corridor to connect the existing Rugby/Porter Bikeway in Unley to the Braund Road Bike Boulevard in Prospect.

The bikeway is being developed in stages – further consultation activities will be advised as needed.


To find out more about this project and stay up to date, visit City of Adelaide's website.

You can also register your interest to receive project updates and hear about further opportunities to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas by registering on the STAY INFORMED BUTTON (on the top right).

The Project

The City Bikeways project will introduce two continuous and separated bikeways through the City of Adelaide, one from north to south and the other from east to west.

The bikeways will be designed and planned in response to the local circumstances of each streetscape along each route. The final designs may include improvements to landscaping, lighting, paving and signage where appropriate.


East-West Bikeway

At its meeting on 15 December 2020, Council noted the proposed route of the East-West Bikeway along Franklin Street, Flinders Street, Gawler Place, Wakefield Street and Wakefield Road. Please refer to the map to the right by clicking here.

It will connect with:

  • the shared path on West Terrace
  • the North-South Bikeway on Frome Street, and
  • the Park Lands Trail and shared paths in the Park Lands via a new signalised crossing on Wakefield Road.

We are informing the community of the route alignment and seeking feedback on the East-West Bikeway Design Guide. Further details are provided in the Consultation Pack by clicking here.

We will be contacting all property owners and occupiers along the route of the East-West Bikeway as part of the consultation process to seek feedback.


North-South Bikeway

The North-South Bikeway is being developed along the Frome Street / Frome Road corridor to connect the existing Rugby/Porter Bikeway in Unley to the Braund Road Bike Boulevard in Prospect.

The bikeway is being developed in stages – further consultation activities will be advised as needed.


To find out more about this project and stay up to date, visit City of Adelaide's website.

You can also register your interest to receive project updates and hear about further opportunities to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas by registering on the STAY INFORMED BUTTON (on the top right).

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Consultation closes 5pm, Friday 19 February 2021.

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