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Adelaide Metro looks after the public transport including bus, train and trams for Adelaide city and the surrounding suburbs. The Adelaide metro website has detailed information about the full range of public transport services available including the free city tram, The Adelaide FREE bus service, jetBus services to the Airport and the After Midnight late night bus.
To travel on the Adelaide metro system all you need is a Metroticket, although if you are planning to travel on a student concession fare you must have a valid full-time student ID with you. Metrotickets can be purchased from most newsagencies, delis and post offices. You can also purchase single trip and day trip tickets from the bus driver or conductor or from a coin operated ticket machine (train services). To find out about the different types of tickets visit the website.
Contact: 13 2227
Yellow Cabs has the largest taxi fleet in Adelaide with over 310 vehicles including station wagons, wheelchair accessible vehicles and various seating capacities.
Adelaide Independent Taxis
Contact: 13 2211
Owned and operated by a Co-operative of taxi owners and operators, the fleet now has over 360 vehicles.
Contact: 1300 360 940
This is the central booking service for wheelchair accessible taxis in Adelaide and country South Australia.
Country / Interstate Bus Service
Central Bus Station
85 Franklin Street, ADELAIDE
Contact: +61 8 8415 5533
Adelaide's country and interstate bus station is located in Franklin Street, a short walk from the General Post Office. All coaches other than V-Line coaches arrive and depart from this central location.
Some coaches that use the Central Bus Station are listed below:
|Premier Stateliner Coach Group || (08) 8415 5500 / 8415 5555 |
|Bus Australia (interstate travel)||(08) 8233 2787|
|Greyhound Bus Australia||1300 GREYHOUND (1300 473 946|