Infrastructure projects

Find out more about South Australia’s infrastructure projects.

Infrastructure Projects

O-Bahn Upgrade Program

The O-Bahn is the most highly patronised public transport corridor in the metropolitan area, carrying approximately 8 million passengers per year.

The $160 million O-Bahn City Access project aims to reduce peak hour delays for bus services between the existing O-Bahn track and the city centre.

O-Bahn Upgrade Program

Making Adelaide more vibrant

Making Adelaide a more vibrant city through planning reforms, innovative design and both public and private investment.

Upgrades to Adelaide's streets and laneways, such as Leigh, Bank and Peel Streets in the West End, aim to create linkages and bring new life to unique corners of the city.

Creating a vibrant city

North-South Corridor upgrade

The North-South Corridor is one of Adelaide’s most important transport corridors. It is the major route for north and south bound traffic including freight vehicles running between Gawler and Old Noarlunga, a distance of 78 kilometres.

By mid 2014 almost 50km of the North-South Corridor will be complete.

The next stage of the upgrade will include the 3.7km upgrade of South Road between Torrens Road and the River Torrens and the 2.3km section of road between the Southern Expressway and Ayliffes Road at Darlington.

North-South Corridor upgrade

The new Royal Adelaide Hospital

The new Royal Adelaide Hospital will be your flagship public hospital and the cornerstone of a reformed South Australian health system.

The new hospital will have 800 beds and 100% of overnight patients will have single bedrooms - delivering you a world class hospital service.

The nation’s most modern hospital: new Royal Adelaide Hospital

Thriving riverbank

Unleashing the potential of the Riverbank precinct will help forge Adelaide's identity as a 21st century city and will be central to creating a vibrant and attractive city.

The Riverbank precinct is one of the city’s most significant urban renewal initiatives – with more than three billion dollars already invested – creating opportunities for economic development, tourism and employment.

Thriving riverbank

Cycling and walking friendly

Adelaide is pursuing the goal of being the most cycling and walking friendly city in Australia.

More money is currently being invested in cycling and walking across South Australia than ever before – so you can enjoy the many benefits of being active.

Cycling and walking friendly

Rail Revitalisation and Electrification

Works are underway to deliver a state of the art and sustainable rail network that together with the delivery of the new electric train fleet forms part of the State Government's ongoing investment in public transport.

Rail Revitalisation and Electrification

Road Projects

Find out more about the upgrade of South Australian roads.

Road Projects
Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan|more infrastructure project links

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