Rail closures and maintenance

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This page links you to information on each rail closure that impacts on passenger services, as well as general rail maintenance occurring on the network.

Please keep in mind that rail closures are separate to rail maintenance.

Rail closures: The rail line will be shut and passengers won’t be able to use these train or tram services. This may be due to an upgrade project, or an unexpected incident.

Rail maintenance: Usually pre-planned works that occur on the rail line which don't impact on passenger services. These are usually completed overnight and are just to clean, repair and maintain the current network.

Rail closures

Train

Gawler line

  • Boxing Day 26 December 2020 to Sunday 25 April 2021: Full Gawler line will be closed.
  • Further closures into late 2021 also planned.
  • Gawler Central Railway Station car park will be closed from Monday, 1 March 2021 to Sunday 10 October 2021. Passengers can use the Park ‘n’ Ride car park at the Gawler Railway Station for alternative parking.

Click here for more details about the above

Outer Harbor & Grange line

  • From approximately 9pm each night, Monday 1 March to Friday 9 April 2021, inclusive: The full Outer Harbor and Grange line will be closed.

Click here for more details about the above

Seaford & Flinders line

Seaford

  • There are currently no planned closures on this line.

Flinders

  • There are currently no planned closures on this line.

Belair line

  • There are currently no planned closures on this line.

Tram

Glenelg line

  • There are currently no planned closures on this line.

Botanic line

  • There are currently no planned closures on this line.

Festival Plaza line

  • There are currently no planned closures on this line.
 

Rail maintenance 

For details of maintenance works on Adelaide Metro rail lines, please view the Rail Maintenance Works Calendar.


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