This page shows interactive maps for comparative public transport network performance for Greater Adelaide, from Outer Urban Public Transport.
Refer to this page for further guidance on how to interact with the maps, or for how to view map layers not presented on this page.
The colours represent the percentage of population, within each SA2, who have walking access to medium- to high- frequency public transport, in 2017. Use the slider to show the inner, middle and outer sector boundaries.
Walking access is defined as 800 metres for railway stations, and 400 metres for all other stops. Medium- to high-frequency public transport services are those with four or greater services during weekday AM peak (8 to 9 am).
The colours represent the travel time to Adelaide CBD using public transport, in 2017. Use the slider to show the inner, middle and outer sector boundaries.
The colours represent frequency of public transport services, in 2017. Weekday AM peak is shown on the left side and weekend off peak is shown on the right side. Use the workbench to select time periods to display, and to show them on the left or the right of the slider bar.