Mike Turtur Bikeway
The Mike Turtur Bikeway, previously known as Tramway Park, when completed will provide a shared use path and recreational linear park which stretches from the City to Glenelg.
The path provides residents with a high standard shared use pathway, recreational resource, enhanced sustainable transport options and greater connection to tram stops and local destinations.
Public Art Project
City of Marion is currently developing a 4km section of shared pedestrian and bike pathway from Morphett Road to South Road, known as the Mike Turtur Bikeway located alongside the tramline.
A series of two and three dimensional public artworks have recently been installed along the bikeway, created by Greg Healey and Gregg Mitchell. Travel the pathway and be met by action-inspired sculptural figures and poetic text reflections on the life-enhancing experience of cycling.
We hope you will be engaged by these new cultural expressions as you explore your City of Marion environment.
Consultation on the detailed design for the stage of the project that runs from Marion Road to South Road closed on 9 March 2012.
View the plans
Plans were on display for the duration of the consultation period at:
- Marion Council Administration, 245 Sturt Road Sturt, and
- West Torrens Council Civic Centre, 165 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton
Detailed design plans for Stages 4 and 5 can be downloaded here: Mike Turtur Stage 4 and 5 Detailed Design Plans(6359 kb)
If you would like to be kept up to date with project progress by joining the project mailing list, contact the Community Engagement Officer on 8375 6881.