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Bus Stop Management Plan - Glen Osmond Road

When: From Saturday 8 April 2017

Bus Stop Management Plan - Glen Osmond Road

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is seeking to improve the travel times of Adelaide Metro services along Glen Osmond Road through customer feedback around possible relocation or removal of some bus stops.

From first service Saturday 8 April 2017 (see map below):

  • Stops 2, 4 and 7 will be removed
  • Stop 1 to the city will be relocated approximately 140 metres south
  • Stop 1 from the city will be relocated approximately 100 metres south
  • Stop 6 from the city will be relocated approximately 180 metres south

The Bus Stop Management Plan project includes:

  • investigating the potential relocation of stops and shelters that may better serve Adelaide Metro passengers
  • identifying how different bus stop configurations may improve travel times whilst maintaining good levels of accessibility
  • A number of bus stops and shelters could be relocated, removed or proposed for indentation as part of the plan.  These proposals are based on DPTI patronage, operational and road safety data.  

DPTI sought public feedback in late 2016 on proposed changes to bus stop locations along both Goodwood Road and Glen Osmond Road. After careful consideration of the feedback received from the community, DPTI has made final decisions on bus stop locations.  

  • To view the map showing final changes along Goodwood Road, click here (PDF, 582 KB).
  • To view the map showing final changes along Glen Osmond Road, click here (PDF, 340 KB).

This project is part of Operation Moving Traffic, a South Australian Government initiative to improve the efficiency, reliability and safety of the transport network.

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