John Browning

Cost of public transport

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    The tram is free between South Terrace and the Entertainment Centre (-where you can get a $2 Park and Ride), as well as within Glenelg.

     

    There are also free connector services around the perimeter of Adelaide City, clockwise and counter clockwise

     

    Public transport is also a lot cheaper if you buy a multi- trip ticket or get a Metro Card (like an Oyster card).

     

    Tickets are also a great deal cheaper between 9 am and 3 pm

     

    PT is free for those with a concession, student or seniors card at off peak times; all weekend and all Public Holidays

     

    Public Transport to major events at the Adelaide Oval, Entertainment Centre, and on New Years Eve etc etc is free

     

    Tickets will give you an unlimited number of transfers between Bus, Train, Tram and O'Bahn within a two hour period

     

    The O'Bahn is a dedicated express bus track offering a 100km an hour service (approx every 5 to 10 minutes during the day). It will get you into the heart of the city in about 10 minutes, and it is being extended for an even quicker service.

     

    However, the buses themselves are not dedicated to running only on the track. -They become flexible suburban services at either end of the track.

     

    The O'Bahn interchanges offer Free Parking (and free lock ups for pushbikes ) at Modbury, Paradise and Klemzig.

     

     

    JB :swoon:

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    The tram is free between South Terrace and the Entertainment Centre (-where you can get a $2 Park and Ride), as well as within Glenelg.

     

    There are also free connector services around the perimeter of Adelaide City, clockwise and counter clockwise

     

    Public transport is also a lot cheaper if you buy a multi trip ticket or get a Metro Card (like an Oyster card).

     

    Tickets will give you an unlimited number of transfers between Bus, Train, Tram and O'Bahn within a two hour period

     

    Tickets are also a great deal cheaper between 9 am and 3 pm

     

    PT is free for those with a concession, student or seniors card at off peak times; all weekend and all Public Holidays

    Public Transport to major events at the Adelaide Oval, Entertainment Centre, and on New Years Eve etc etc is free

     

    The O'Bahn is a dedicated express bus track offering a 100km an hour service (approx every 5 to 10 minutes during the day).It will get you into the heart of the city in about 10 minutes, and it is being extended for an even quicker service.

    However the buses themselves are not dedicated to running only on the track. They become flexible suburban services at either end of the track. The O'Bahn interchanges offer Free Parking (and free lock ups for pushbikes ) at Modbury, Paradise and Klemzig.

     

    Frankly you would be a bit of a mug to commute by car to a job in the city.

     

    JB :swoon:

     

    Public transport is not free for students or confession card holders at off peak times. Only seniors get free travel. Children under five travel free at all times when with an adult (not sure how many under fives travel without an adult, but anyway). Up to two children under 15 can travel free at weekends, school holidays and public holidays when with an adult travelling on a day trip ticket. All details of the fares can be found here https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/Tickets/Fares

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