Free Public Transport Options
A new free shuttle bus route has started, serving the new Royal Adelaide Hospital until such time as the tram extension opens.
The new route (97A) is a circular route, serving North Terrace, West Terrace, Currie Street, Grenfell Street and East Terrace.
There are a number of free services that serve the city and North Adelaide. They are air-conditioned and wheelchair and pram friendly.
Free City Connector
The free City Connector bus serves the city and North Adelaide, and links major tourist attractions, key destinations and facilities.
Bus routes 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, while routes 99A and 99C connect the inner-city areas.
Tindo, the world's first solar-powered bus, operates on the City Connector services, mainly during peak hours.
Adelaide Metro provides a free tram service from the Adelaide Entertainment Centre to South Terrace. The service runs every 10 minutes and continues to Glenelg, but the correct fare must be paid. See the tram timetable for further information.
The State Government has committed $80 million in funding for the first stage of the AdeLINK tram network along North Terrace, from King William street to East Terrace and an extension along King William Road to the Adelaide Festival Plaza precinct..
For more information on the project, click here.Back to Top