SA Passenger Transport Board - information on accessible pub


Information on public transport in Adelaide.The new City Loop travels to all major cultural, entertainment, retail and education centres in the city of Adelaide. It has 30 convenient stops, and travels in both directions. Bee Line travels through the cetnre of the city from the Adelaide train station to Victoria Square. It also serves the University of SA (City West Campus). The buses provide easy access for elderly people, people with disabilities and people using prams and shopping trolleys. The bus can lower itself to almost kerb height at any stop, and then extend an access ramp. Most of the bus floor is flat and provides easy travel for prams and wheelchairs.

Contact name: 
Tom Eltridge Smith
Chief Project Officer, Strategic Planning
Phone 1: 
(08) 8303 0866
(08) 8303 0828
Text Telephone Number: 
(08) 8303 0844
Postal Address: 
GPO Box 1998
Access facilities: 
No details on toilets at bus stations
Service details
Adelaide Metropolitan Region
100 accessible rail cars, 69 accessible taxis, and 63%of bus fleet is fully accessible


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