City of Adelaide North-South Bikeway

Project status – In progress

What is this project and why are we doing it?

We want to make it easier for people to live healthy lifestyles and encourage travel by bike. Cycling is an affordable and green way to travel. It's also a great form of exercise for visitors and residents alike.

To make cycling more convenient, the City of Adelaide and South Australian State Government have joined forces to expand the network of bike routes from the city centre to the suburbs. Get ready to see fresh routes along the Frome Street and Frome Road corridor that complete the North-South City Cycle connection.

These new and greener routes will give cyclists a safe and enjoyable experience as they travel.

What are we doing?

The project will deliver:

  • Approximately 1km of separated bikeway and 550 metres of updated footpaths
  • Additional trees, street furniture and low-level garden beds
  • New footpath lighting between Albert Bridge and Victoria Drive
  • New road lighting between Albert Bridge and Victoria Drive
  • Renewing road surfaces between Albert Bridge and Victoria Drive and North Terrace and Rundle Street
  • Upgrading stormwater between Rundle Street and North Terrace

When is this happening?

Construction started in May and will take about 6 to 7 months, weather permitting.

Previous consultation

Learn more about consultation on the project on Your Say Adelaide.

Need more information?

See our City Cycleways page for more and read about our bikeways in our media release.

Contact project manager Andrew Thorstenson for enquiries: