South Road Superway

The $842m South Road Superway, running from the Port River Expressway to Regency Road, is the biggest single investment in a South Australian road.

The superway will be 4.8km long, including a 2.8km elevated roadway, and will deliver a non-stop, rapid route for you to move in and out of our city.

South Road Superway

Australia's best stadium: Adelaide Oval

A unique inner city stadium will be brought to life - combining the very best of new design with heritage built over 140 years - to deliver Australia’s best stadium.

The $535m redeveloped Adelaide Oval will seat 50,000 people and is closer to public transport and the CBD than Melbourne’s MCG - bringing inner city, elite sport viewing to our city.

Australia's best stadium: Adelaide Oval

Making Adelaide more vibrant

A more vibrant city is being achieved via planning reforms, innovative design and both public and private investment.

Since planning rules have been changed, over a billion dollars of private development has been proposed for the CBD - altering the skyline forever and creating economic activity and jobs.

Upgrades to Adelaide's smaller streets and laneways, such as Leigh and Bank streets in the West End, aim to create a continuous walking route from the Riverbank through to the Central Market 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. New road links have been built between Gawler and Port Wakefield Road Northern Expressway), Regency Road and to the Port River Expressway (North-South Motorway) and between Bedford Park and Old Noarlunga (Southern Expressway Duplication). Traffic flow along and across the route has also improved with the building of Gallipoli Underpass and the Glenelg Tram Overpass.

The Australian Government has committed to upgrade the North-South Corridor over the next decade and together with the South Australian Government has committed $620 million to construct the Darlington Upgrade Project.

North-South Corridor upgrade

The nation's most modern hospital: 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

Places for people – Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga

Victoria Square is being transformed into your newest entertainment and meeting space and will be recognised as a symbol of South Australia’s unique culture and lifestyle.

Construction of the northern half of the new square was completed in early 2014, ready for Tour Down Under and Adelaide Fringe events.

Places for people – Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga

Places for people – Rundle Mall

The most significant changes to the mall since its creation will transform the precinct into a modern and unique place to meet, shop, enjoy events, spend time and soak up the lively city atmosphere.

The Rundle Mall redevelopment is underway and will be finished by October 2014 - creating a world class shopping destination.

Places for people – Rundle Mall

Electric rail and more buses

Works are underway to deliver a state of the art and sustainable public transport network that will provide faster, cleaner, more frequent and efficient travel for you. Upgraded rail, the most modern electric trains in the country and more buses on the road than ever before will make our public transport system one you can proudly use and enjoy.

Upgraded rail, the most modern electric trains in the country and more buses on the road than ever before will make our public transport system one you can proudly use and enjoy.

Gawler line electrification

Electric rail and more buses
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