New free City connector bus service

Council and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) are working together to improve free public transport services within the City and North Adelaide.

Stage 1. Completed
Following extensive research and consultation (see below in news tab), the new City Connector bus service was implemented on 27 January 2014. The new service has improved frequency, expanded operating times and increased passenger capacity. In addition many of the bus stops have been revised to accommodate the larger bus size and to comply with accessibility standards. You can view here the background information for this project.

However feedback from some residents and business have highlighted concerns with a number of specific bus stop locations and potential local impact.

Stage 2. Completed
We recently sought targeted engagement with local residents and businesses to find the most suitable bus stop locations for the following areas. Engagement was undertaken regarding:

Stage 3 - NOW OPEN
We are now seeking more targeted engagement with local residents and businesses to find the most suitable bus stop locations for the following area:

Kingston Terrace
- please read the consultation pack

  • Please read through the consultation pack to find more details regarding the proposed three options
  • Please view the map for detailed information about the street and proposed locations
  • Use the online Feedback Form (tab below) to provide your feedback
  • Or visit us at the upcoming public information sessions to speak directly with staff regarding the specific options and proposals.

    News

    • Results available - Tynte Street East & Jerningham Street bus stops

      Staff have reviewed all community feedback provided on the range of suggested bus stop location options for Tynte Street East and Jerningham Street.

      A report on the engagement outcomes can be found here on the City Planning & Development Committee Agenda (Item 9, page 32).

      Once the Committee reviews the engagement report and makes a decision on the preferred bus stop locations, it will then go to a Council meeting for final endorsement.


      by Dan at ACC 01 Jul 2014, 10:29 AM
    • Project update May 2014

      The new City Connector bus service was implemented on 27 January 2014. The new service has improved frequency, expanded operating times and increased passenger capacity. In addition many of the bus stops have been revised to accommodate the larger bus size and to comply with accessibility standards.

      However feedback from some residents and business have highlighted concerns with a number of specific bus stop locations and potential local impact.

      We are now undertaking targeted engagement with local residents and businesses to find the most suitable bus stop locations for these areas.

      In April/May 2014 the following bus stop locations were reviewed and staff are currently considering feedback and comments received from the following stops:
      • Tynte Street West
      • Tynte Street East
      • Jerningham Street

      In July, the following bus stop location is planned to be reviewed and seek further comments and input:

      • Kingston Terrace
      by Dan at ACC 11 Apr 2014, 03:16 PM
    • Now Avaliable - New City Loop Bus Timetable

      Following the extensive community engagement process and close partnership with the State Government, the new City Loop Bus timetable is now avaliable.

      The new service will commence on Monday 27 January 2014.

      by Dan at ACC 16 Jan 2014, 05:31 PM
    • Project Update: December 2013

      Thank you everyone for providing your ideas, thoughts and comments on this project.

      We've received over 400 general comments for the proposed route, 60 comments on the bus stop locations and approximately 150 people attended an information sessions at one of our centres.

      All of your feedback, submissions and comments have been summarised in a report.

      We've worked closely together with Dept. of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) to address the key themes raised during the community consultation period.

      Based on the feedback and the level of support for the new service,

      • the merging of the Adelaide Connector and 99C bus services is recommended to proceed; and
      • the proposed bus route and bus stops have been amended.

      Documents for further reading:

      by Fred at ACC 04 Dec 2013, 04:24 PM
    • Consultation is now closed!

      Thank you to everyone who have provided feedback on this project.

      Consultation is now closed, please stay tuned for updates as we collate and analyse your feedback.

      by Fred at ACC 08 Nov 2013, 05:36 PM