TRAM travel between Adelaide's Entertainment Centre and the city will always be free, the South Australian government says.
Premier Mike Rann says the service has been a "terrific success'' since it started carrying passengers in March.
The government had planned to offer free travel for just six months on the $100 million extension, which runs from the western end of the city's North Terrace to the Entertainment Centre.
The new service was inspiring more people to use public transport, the premier said at Sunday's official opening of the route.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
at 11:57 PM