City Tram Extension
Passenger services on the City Tram extension will commence from first service tomorrow (Saturday 13 October).
The Department would like to thank you for your patience throughout this project.
This video explains how the new services will be integrated into the existing network.
The new services will provide access to the Festival Plaza Precinct, Rundle Mall and the East End shopping, restaurant and tourism precinct, while further invigorating the city's cultural and education boulevard.
For more information about the new tram services visit Adelaide Metro.
The State Government has committed $80 million in funding for the first stage of the AdeLINK tram network to the city’s East End, including the purchase of three additional trams.
The Budget commitment will deliver a one-kilometre extension along North Terrace, from King William street to East Terrace and an extension along King William Road to the Adelaide Festival Plaza precinct.
The Adelaide City Council will contribute an additional $5 million to upgrade the public realm.
It will provide a new service to the bustling East End shopping, restaurant and tourism precinct, while further invigorating the city's cultural and education boulevard. It will also help to reactivate vacant sites, including key buildings along North Terrace.
The City Tram Extension is expected to support about 83 jobs during construction.
The extension will feature four new stops, one on King William Road servicing the Festival Plaza and three new stops along North Terrace servicing the museum and library precinct, universities and the Old Royal Adelaide Hospital Site.
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