Klemzig Interchange

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Klemzig Interchange
Klemzig Interchange 1.jpg
Overview of Klemzig Interchange looking outbound
Location First Avenue, Klemzig, South Australia
Coordinates Coordinates: 34°53′10″S 138°38′22″E / 34.8862°S 138.6395°E / -34.8862; 138.6395
Owned by Adelaide Metro
Operated by Adelaide Metro
Bus routes 29
Bus stands 2
Bus operators Torrens Transit
Parking Yes
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code 16667 (Zone A)
17189 (Zone B)
Opened 9 March 1986

Klemzig Interchange (previously known as Klemzig station) is a bus interchange operated by Adelaide Metro in Klemzig, South Australia as part of the O-Bahn Busway.


Klemzig Interchange was built as part of Stage 1 of the O-Bahn Busway to Paradise Interchange.[1][2] It was officially opened on 2 March 1986 by Premier John Bannon, with services commencing on 9 March.[3][4][5][6][7] It is the first stop on the route, being located three kilometres from the Adelaide city centre on the eastern side of OG Road.

Klemzig Interchange was built to serve passengers connecting with the Circle Line bus service, which follows the Adelaide outer ring route. Many bus services bypass Klemzig and the station has limited capacity, being the smallest of the three busway stations on the O-Bahn, and the only one to not have buses leave the busway in revenue service until the introduction of services via the O-Bahn to Oakden. It is served by 29 routes.[8][9][10]

Adelaide CBD   O-Bahn Busway   Paradise Interchange


  1. ^ Busway Information, Paper One: Background History of the Northeast Corridor Transportation Proposals, South Australian Department of Transport 1983
  2. ^ O-Bahn Busway Information (Brochure), South Australian Department of Transport 1987
  3. ^ "First stage of O-Bahn is up and running" Adelaide Advertiser 3 March 1986 page 11
  4. ^ "Bus-route protests block O-Bahn" Adelaide Advertiser 10 March 1986 page 17
  5. ^ Annual Report for year ended 30 June 1986 State Transport Authority pages 17-19
  6. ^ Northeast Busway (Brochure), State Transport Authority 1990
  7. ^ O-Bahn City Access Project Background Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure February 2015
  8. ^ Klemzig Interchange Adelaide Metro
  9. ^ Zone A Klemzig Interchange - East side Adelaide Metro
  10. ^ Zone B Klemzig Interchange - West side Adelaide Metro

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