- North-south Corridor
- Northern Connector
- Road Management Plans
- Strzelecki Track Upgrade and Sealing Project
- Goodwood, Springbank and Daws Road Intersection Upgrade
- 'Hahndorf Township Strategic Traffic Planning Study' and 'Hahndorf Township Improvements and Access Upgrade Project'
- Port Wakefield Overpass and Highway Duplication
- Joy Baluch AM Bridge Duplication
- Flagstaff Road Upgrade
- Golden Grove Road Upgrade
- Cross Road and Fullarton Road Intersection Upgrade
- Portrush and Magill Road Intersection Upgrade
- Glen Osmond Road and Fullarton Road Intersection Upgrade
- State-Wide Road Improvement and Renewal Works
- Modernising Road Maintenance
- Main North Road and Nottage Terrace Intersection Upgrade
- Main North Road, Kings and McIntyre Roads Intersection Upgrade
- Grand Junction, Hampstead and Briens Road Intersection Upgrade
- Mitcham Hills Road Corridor Upgrade
- Adelaide Hills Intersections Upgrade Initiative
- Thomas Foods International access
- Park Terrace, Robe Terrace, Walkerville Terrace and Mann Road Intersection Upgrade
- South Australian Rural Roads Safety Package
- Safety Upgrades on Eight Country Roads
- Stebonheath and Womma Roads Intersection Upgrade
- North East Road and South Para Road Junction Upgrade
- Gorge Road and Silkes Road Junction Upgrade
- South Eastern Freeway Pavement Rehabilitation: Tollgate to Crafers
- Stephen Terrace and Ninth Avenue
- Nairne Intersection Upgrade
- Fleurieu Connections
- Angle Vale Riverbanks College Junction Upgrades
- Aldinga Payinthi College Intersection Upgrade
- Transport Network Planning Studies Program
- Marion Road and Sir Donald Bradman Drive Intersection Upgrade
- Salisbury Highway Asphalt Resurfacing Works
- Regional North-South Freight Route Upgrade
Transport Network Planning Studies Program
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport (the Department) is responsible for managing significant transport assets across metropolitan Adelaide. The planning and funding of future transport infrastructure projects to create a safer, more reliable and efficient transport network is a critically important function in supporting the achievement of important social, economic and environmental outcomes.
In 2020 the State Government committed $10 million for the Transport Network Planning Studies Program (TNPSP). The TNPSP represents a pro-active and strategic approach to transport planning with the aim of creating a ‘pipeline’ of priority infrastructure projects ready for delivery.
The program includes a suite of over 30 transport planning studies across metropolitan Adelaide exploring future upgrades for key arterial roads, intersections, road corridors, greenways and public transport infrastructure. All studies are strategically aligned with the priorities outlined in the 20-Year State Infrastructure Strategy released in May 2020.
The outcomes of the TNPSP will help inform and guide Government decision-making on the funding and delivery of future transport projects. Thorough, strategic and coordinated planning will ensure our State’s transport network meets the needs of future generations and is an integrated network completing a long-term vision to enable South Australia’s growth.
The TNPSP is divided into the following four key areas and investment programs:
- Moving Freight
- Integrated Public Transport
- Active Travel and Future Mobility
- Keeping Connected
The program is being delivered by the Department in partnership with two Integrated Planning Partners (IPPs). These partners are: Arup and AECOM, and Aurecon and Mott MacDonald Joint Venture.
The map below shows the location of the TNPSP study areas. Please click here to view the map in a new page.
Road Corridor Planning Studies
A key feature of the Transport Network Planning Studies Program are the Road Corridor Planning Studies being undertaking along six of Adelaide's key road corridors – Main North Road, Payneham Road, Portrush Road, Unley Road, Cross Road and Brighton Road.
A Road Corridor Planning Study looks at:
- How people live, work, visit and travel along the road corridor;
- Current challenges with how the road corridor functions; and
- Potential opportunities to improve the road corridor for all users.
Central to each study is the understanding that roads are not about just about the movement of people and goods, but are also places where people live, work, and visit.
For further information please visit the Road Corridor Planning Studies webpage.
Engagement with key stakeholders is critical to the success of this program. The Department is committed to listening to and partnering with stakeholders to understand local transport issues.
If you have any questions about the program, or you wish to speak with a member of the team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department will continue to tailor community engagement opportunities in line with the latest COVID-19 advice from health authorities. The health and safety of the community is our highest priority. Face-to-face engagement opportunities may be limited and/or restricted. Engagement is crucial however, and we will aim to facilitate face-to-face engagement, including information sessions, where and when it is safe to do so.