Smart Move, The City of Adelaide’s Transport and Movement Strategy 2012-22 outlines Council’s desired transport and movement outcomes for the City, and the strategies to achieve these over the next 10 years. The Strategy aims to make the City more accessible by accommodating greater travel choices to meet the needs of all users. The Strategy’s key priority is to create a people-friendly City by improving conditions for pedestrians, cyclists and those using public transport. It was released in November 2012.
The Strategy recognises the need to balance competing street demands between pedestrians, cyclists, public transport, freight and motorists.
It identifies eight key outcomes that reflect the aspirations and qualities the City must build on to achieve an integrated and sustainable movement network, and in turn fulfil the Strategic Plan vision: One City, Many Places.
Guided by the Streets for People:Compendium for South Australian Practice, the Strategy establishes the future role of all City streets and is designed to achieve the best balance between movement and placemaking needs.