Do not use public transport if you are:
Visit COVID-19.sa.gov.au for up-to-date information about COVID restrictions and requirements in South Australia.
Read more about mask requirements on the SA Health COVID website.
Most Adelaide Metro bus, train and tram services will continue to run to regular timetables to support essential workers.
Some routes will be temporarily closed – there is a COVID-19 service disruption that lists any impacted services.
If you have registered your metroCARD with us, you can check your travel history by logging into your online metroCARD account. Your account history shows the dates and times you validated your metroCARD and the routes you travelled on, unless you are using a 14-day or 28-day unlimited travel pass.
If your metroCARD is not registered with us, we are unable to give you any travel history.
Find out more about registering your metroCARD.
QR codes are being installed throughout buses, trains and trams as quickly as possible and in a range of locations, such as windows, walls and screens inside the vehicle. You need to check-in once you are on-board.
If you do not have a mobile phone, you will not be able to check-in using the QR code.
We encourage you to register your metroCARD so you can check your own travel history.
If you had an active 14-day or 28-day pass on your metroCARD when the Level 5 restrictions came into effect, please call the InfoLine on 1300 311 108 for assistance.