Transport corridors

Transport corridors managed by the state government, including public transport, freight, bicycle, pedestrian and car movements, have an important role in achieving the state's goals.

The draft document A Functional Hierarchy for South Australia's Land Transport Network guides the use of all transport corridors for which the state government is responsible.

It provides a clear picture of the roles individual transport corridors need to perform to achieve the broader goals and targets identified in South Australia's Strategic Plan and the Planning Strategy, including The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

Related information


Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

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Page last updated: 18 July 2014