City Connector Bus Engagement 2020

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Have your say on the City Connector Bus Service

Project information and background.

The City of Adelaide wants your feedback on the City Connector Bus Service. We want to engage with key stakeholders, and the broader community to better understand why people use or do not use the service.

We also want to find out more about how the community and stakeholders think the service could be improved as well as their level of support for alternative transport methods for getting around the city. The information gathered through the engagement will assist Council decision making about the future provision and design of a city transport service.

For further information on the Connector Bus engagement see below:

City Connector Bus 2020 Information Pack and Feedback Form


Provide your feedback

Feedback can be provided online HERE or by clicking on the 'Survey' tab below.

Hard copies of the Information Pack and Feedback Form are also available from the City of Adelaide Customer Centre, 25 Pirie Street and from any of our libraries and community centres.


Community Online Workshops

Two community online workshops are being held to provide you with an opportunity to meet the team and to provide your feedback.


Tuesday 29 September 2020: 9.30 am - 11.00am - Register your attendance here
Tuesday 29 September 2020: 7.00 pm - 8.30pm - Register your attendance here


Key Stakeholder Online Workshops (invitation only)

We will be contacting key stakeholders direct for participation. If you are a stakeholder that can represent a key cultural, educational or health institution, or other key service in the City and are interested in participating, please email h.gallagher@cityofadelaide.com.au.


Consultation is open until 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2020

Have your say on the City Connector Bus Service

Project information and background.

The City of Adelaide wants your feedback on the City Connector Bus Service. We want to engage with key stakeholders, and the broader community to better understand why people use or do not use the service.

We also want to find out more about how the community and stakeholders think the service could be improved as well as their level of support for alternative transport methods for getting around the city. The information gathered through the engagement will assist Council decision making about the future provision and design of a city transport service.

For further information on the Connector Bus engagement see below:

City Connector Bus 2020 Information Pack and Feedback Form


Provide your feedback

Feedback can be provided online HERE or by clicking on the 'Survey' tab below.

Hard copies of the Information Pack and Feedback Form are also available from the City of Adelaide Customer Centre, 25 Pirie Street and from any of our libraries and community centres.


Community Online Workshops

Two community online workshops are being held to provide you with an opportunity to meet the team and to provide your feedback.


Tuesday 29 September 2020: 9.30 am - 11.00am - Register your attendance here
Tuesday 29 September 2020: 7.00 pm - 8.30pm - Register your attendance here


Key Stakeholder Online Workshops (invitation only)

We will be contacting key stakeholders direct for participation. If you are a stakeholder that can represent a key cultural, educational or health institution, or other key service in the City and are interested in participating, please email h.gallagher@cityofadelaide.com.au.


Consultation is open until 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2020

Consultation has concluded
  • Online Community Workshops

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    Two workshops are being held online to provide you with an opportunity to provide your feedback to the team.

    The workshops will help us understand:

    • The level of satisfaction with the current service;
    • Why people use it, (and also, why people might not currently use the service;
    • Identify opportunities for improvement;
    • What the community wants from a city transport service, and whether there are alternatives options that would meet its needs, and
    • The extent to which the community believes that Council should be involved in the provision of this type of city transport service.

    Workshop 1: Tuesday 29 September 2020: 9.30 – 11.00am in Adelaide. Click here to register your attendance

    Workshop 2: Tuesday 29 September 2020: 7.00pm – 8.30pm in Adelaide. Click here to register your attendance.