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Adelaide Metro is Adelaide’s public transport system. It is run by the Government of South Australia’s Department for Infrastructure and Transport, on behalf of the Rail Commissioner and the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.
The Adelaide Metro network operates around greater metropolitan Adelaide, using buses, trains and trams.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport has contracted a number of private transport providers to run regional transport services. Within these are a number of services connecting regional areas to metropolitan Adelaide.
If we need a public transport plan, we will work with you and other relevant stakeholders to develop it and submit it for approval. Depending on the type of event and its impact on services, you may need to pay a fee. Fees vary between events.
For more information or if you have any questions, please call the Special Events team on (08) 87109 7230 or email DIT.PTSpecialEvents@sa.gov.au.
Adelaide Metro is committed to listening to the community and we strive to always provide you with great customer service. Your suggestions, commendations and feedback help us to improve, to ensure we meet your expectations. You can provide feedback online whenever you like, or call our InfoLine on 1300 311 108 to speak with a member of our customer service team.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport provides information about major public transport infrastructure projects, including how you can provide feedback on them.
You can view the Department for Infrastructure and Transport’s Customer Service Charter, which outlines our commitment to providing the best possible customer experience for our customers.
Every stop, station and interchange has a unique five-digit identification code. These stop codes help us give you specific information about a particular stop or station, such as arrival and departure times, or anything impacting access to it.
Bus numbers are based on the six areas our contracted service providers cover.
Letters before the number may include:
Letters after the number may include:
Check the bus timetables before you travel or ask the driver before you get on the bus if you are unsure.
Adelaide Metro’s main colour is yellow.
The main colour for buses is green, trains is blue and trams is red. This helps customers quickly see which timetable type they need.
Each type of transport then uses a range of colours to help people quickly find their route, for example: