The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is made up of business areas with diverse responsibilities. Here, you can find out more about them and the services they deliver.
Public Transport Services
Improving the quality and frequency of public transport to attract patronage, enhance social inclusion, improve the environment and provide a transport network that is safe and secure that meets community expectations, makes a positive contribution to the economy and has minimal impact on the environment.
Policy and Planning and Programs
Developing, producing, implementing and evaluating effective policies, plans, investment strategies as well as monitoring emerging transport issues and researching road safety issues, informing the SA public about road safety, and developing legislation, policies and countermeasures.
Providing a range of services including human resources, contract and procurement, shared services, internal audit, information and communication technology (ICT) and business support.
Supporting the economic, social and environmental development of the state by identifying infrastructure priorities for South Australia (SA), coordinating infrastructure planning and development and facilitating the timely delivery of key projects.
Government ICT Services
Provides ICT infrastructure services for the public sector to assist agencies in the efficient delivery of government services to the community and business.
Provides advisory and management services to assist other government agencies manage the maintenance, replacement, refurbishment or disposal of buildings, office accommodation and government employee housing, and road, rail and marine property.
Lands, Registration and Service SA
Provides services to business, the community and government in land administration services; government information services via telephone, internet and customer service outlets; facilities for the payment of government accounts and registration and licensing services.