Priority Bus Lane Project
Priority bus lanes have been installed on Anzac Highway, West Terrace, Grenfell and Currie Street in Adelaide's CBD to make it easier for Adelaide's bus services to travel in and out of the city. The additional priority lanes operate between 7:00 am and 7:00 pm Monday to Friday. On-time running data on bus information for buses travelling to and from the eastern and western suburbs, the Hills and the O'Bahn has already improved since the implementation of the lanes.
Taxis, cyclists and emergency vehicles are permitted to travel in the lanes to improve the effectiveness of all transport services in the city. The maximum distance you may drive in the bus lane is 100 metres (as well as entering or leaving a road, overtaking another vehicle, making a U-turn or avoiding an obstruction). Penalty for not adhering to the rules is $254 (plus the Victims of Crime levy).
Project time frame
July 2012 - November 2012
Apart of the State Governments $2 billion investment in public transport
- Installation of dedicated 'Bus Only' lane markings along O-Bahn Alignment (PDF, 2200 KB)
- West Terrace & Anzac Highway priority bus lanes Fact Sheet (PDF, 712 KB)
- Traffic Modifications for West Terrace & Anzac Highway Map (JPG, 1244 KB)
- Grenfell Street, Currie Street and East Terrace priority bus lanes Fact Sheet (PDF, 249 KB)
- Traffic Modifications for Grenfell Street, Currie Street and East Terrace Map (PDF, 1423 KB)