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Moving people, services and goods: Tell us your thoughts

Last year we asked our community how we can create well planned and people friendly transport environments.

We have since developed PAE's first Integrated Transport Strategy (ITS) and a new Walking and Cycling Plan.

The ITS looks beyond vehicular transport to focus on all ways of travelling locally and beyond. Our planning is for the entire transport network and addresses the movement of people, services and goods.

Find out more and tell us what you think below.

Previous Engagement

What were we engaging on?

In March 2020 we asked how you travel, what is important to you and your experience of transport issues in PAE. We also asked you to pinpoint transport issues and ideas on an interactive map.

What did we hear?

We received 167 formal submissions through community engagement activities. An online mapping tool also saw 210 transport issues and 119 ideas identified. You can see the map of ideas and issues below.

We have reviewed all submissions to better understand the transport issues that are important to our Community. These submissions were used to identify the key transport themes within the Integrated Transport Strategy and develop a tailored action plan.

This feedback has shaped the development of the draft Strategy.

Six key transport themes were identified. The key themes are:

  • Active Transport (walking and cycling)
  • Public Transport
  • Traffic Management and Road Safety
  • Managing parking Demand
  • Integrated Land Use and Transport Planning
  • Freight: Movement of Goods and Services

Under each theme we have set clear Strategic Directions, Indicators and Targets to measure success. This will allow us to develop strategies and programs of works to better deliver transport services for our Community.

What we're engaging on now

With your contributions we have developed a draft Integrated Transport Strategy and a draft Walking and Cycling Plan. These documents look beyond vehicular transport to focus on all ways of travelling, local and beyond.

Are we on the right track? We want to hear your thoughts.

Find out more and complete the surveys

  • Integrated Transport Strategy
  • Walking and Cycling Plan

Contact Us

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Phone - 08 8405 6600

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Acknowledgement of Country

The City of Port Adelaide Enfield would like to acknowledge that these projects and engagements are taking place on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people. We pay respect to elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge the continued relationship that Aboriginal people have with their country, culture and beliefs. We further acknowledge the important contributions that Aboriginal people continue to play within our shared community.