In July 2015 the State Government released Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan (ITLUP). The Plan focuses on connecting people between places of residence, work and recreation, and connecting business to markets to support economic growth. It is designed to guide private, federal, state and local government investment into the transport system for the next 30 years, and play a key role in ensuring land-use planning, strategic infrastructure planning and transport investment are fully integrated.
Extensive community consultation was undertaken in the preparation of the document. Over 2 500 people attended community engagement events and briefing sessions. This included:
Almost 1 500 submissions were received as a result of the community consultation.
There was an overwhelming majority in support for the need of a plan, including from peak industry and advocacy groups, local government, RDA, and the general community.
A significantly higher than average proportion of respondents from Inner (83%) and Middle (78%) Adelaide nominated new tram routes as being most important to them (first priority).
For more information please see http://www.transportplan.sa.gov.au/.
The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide was updated in 2017 to include the Government’s transport commitments and priorities, including AdeLINK. The updated Plan also responds to emerging challenges and opportunities and ensure alignment with other relevant government initiatives. It also outlines the Government’s progress and achievements to date in implementing the 2010 Plan.
For more information please see http://livingadelaide.sa.gov.au