World-class infrastructure has enabled South Australia to capitalise on its location - at the junction of Australia's major north-south and east-west road, rail and air routes - in attracting investment and supporting export growth.
The South Australian Government has embarked on a multi-billion dollar investment program that includes upgrading the main north-south road corridor that runs through Adelaide and links the central business district to regional investment centres across the metropolitan area and the State.
The project includes South Australia's largest road construction project, the $843 million South Road Superway.
Other crucial transport infrastructure includes the electrification of rail on the main corridors to the south, west and north of Adelaide.
Adelaide Airport provides almost seven million passengers annually with efficient and comfortable services, while Port Adelaide is the main service point for shipping, providing South Australia with a major gateway to the world.
For more information on South Australia's major infrastructure projects visit the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.