City Bikeways

Consultation has concluded

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 (refer to map).

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.

North-South Bikeway

Initial engagement on the North-South Bikeway concluded in February 2017. A report was presented to Council regarding the outcomes of the process on 07 March 2017. Read the Council Minutes by clicking here.

The North-South Bikeway will build on the existing bikeway on Frome Street and connect the existing Rugby/Porter Bikeway in Unley to the Braund Road Bike Boulevard in Prospect.

East-West Bikeway

The East-West Bikeway route will be built on Flinders and Franklin Streets and will connect with the North-South Bikeway on Frome Street.


To find out more about the 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 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 (refer to map).

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.

North-South Bikeway

Initial engagement on the North-South Bikeway concluded in February 2017. A report was presented to Council regarding the outcomes of the process on 07 March 2017. Read the Council Minutes by clicking here.

The North-South Bikeway will build on the existing bikeway on Frome Street and connect the existing Rugby/Porter Bikeway in Unley to the Braund Road Bike Boulevard in Prospect.

East-West Bikeway

The East-West Bikeway route will be built on Flinders and Franklin Streets and will connect with the North-South Bikeway on Frome Street.


To find out more about the 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 right).

Consultation has concluded
  • Background

    about 2 years ago

    Background

    As the capital city of South Australia, Adelaide has a vital role to play in shaping the future of our state, and the City of Adelaide Strategic Plan 2016-2020 outlines a number of ways Adelaide will transform into a smart, green, liveable and creative city.

    A partnership has been formed between the South Australian State Government and the Adelaide City Council for the strategic priority of an East-West and North-South bikeways to help achieve the planning and delivery of high-quality walking and cycling routes throughout the city and Park Lands.

    Part of this partnership is to ensure a future...

    Background

    As the capital city of South Australia, Adelaide has a vital role to play in shaping the future of our state, and the City of Adelaide Strategic Plan 2016-2020 outlines a number of ways Adelaide will transform into a smart, green, liveable and creative city.

    A partnership has been formed between the South Australian State Government and the Adelaide City Council for the strategic priority of an East-West and North-South bikeways to help achieve the planning and delivery of high-quality walking and cycling routes throughout the city and Park Lands.

    Part of this partnership is to ensure a future for South Australia that is sustainable, responds to environmental change and works toward becoming the world’s first carbon neutral city.

    The bikeways will create an easy movement of people into, out of and around the city and needs to be well-planned and achieve a balance between the full suite of transport options including cars, public transport, cycling and walking, all of which are vital for a prosperous city.