Additional public transport services for Anzac Day announced

Adelaide Metro is boosting its train, tram, and bus services on Anzac Day (Thursday, April 25th) to assist passengers in traveling to and from the city for the Anzac Day Dawn Service and Commemorative March.

Adelaide Metro is expanding its train, tram, and bus services on Anzac Day (Thursday, April 25th) to accommodate passengers attending the Anzac Day Dawn Service and Commemorative March in the city. Current and former military personnel in uniform, as well as individuals with service medals or a Department for Veteran Affairs identification card, can ride for free on all Adelaide Metro services throughout the day.

To facilitate transportation after the Anzac Day march, a complimentary shuttle service, the Digger Shuttle, will operate between the National War Memorial on King William Road and Victoria Square. This shuttle will run in a clockwise direction every 15 minutes from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.

During the Anzac Day commemorations in the city, trams will not run to the Botanic Gardens or Festival Plaza stops, and Glenelg services will terminate at Rundle Mall, while Entertainment Centre services will end at Adelaide Railway Station from the first service until 1pm.

Despite some train drivers employed by private contractor Keolis Downer Adelaide engaging in industrial action, public transport services will remain unaffected.

South Australian Seniors Card holders can enjoy free travel on Adelaide Metro buses, trains, and trams every day.

Road closures during Anzac Day commemorations will necessitate detours for some Adelaide Metro services and the closure of certain bus stops.

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