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Government strategies

The department contributes to, and works towards numerous South Australian (SA) and Australian government strategies.

The Department

Reconciliation Statement of Commitment'Removing the Barriers' Our Commitment to People with Disabilities

South Australian Government

South Australia's Strategic Plan
Strategic Infrastructure Plan
Greenhouse Strategy 
Sustainable Budget Commission 

Australian Government

Council of Australian Governments (COAG) National Reform Agenda
Productivity Commission
Australian Transport Council
Ministerial Council on Energy
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

South Australia's Strategic Plan

DPTI has lead responsibility for the following of South Australia's Strategic Plan targets:

Target 1 Urban spaces - Increase the use of public spaces by the community

Target 2 Cycling - Double the number of people cycling in South Australia by 2020

Target 22 Road safety - Reduce road fatalities and serious injuries by at least 30% by 2020

Target 33 Government planning decisions - South Australia leads the nation in timely decisions of development applications through to 2020

Target 56 Strategic infrastructure - Ensure that the provision of key economic and social infrastructure accommodates population growth Minister Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Target 63 Use of public transport - Increase the use of public transport to 10% of metropolitan weekday passenger vehicle kilometres travelled by 2018

Target 68 Urban Development - By 2036, 70% of all new housing in metropolitan Adelaide will be being built in established areas

Target 83 Sport and Recreation - Increase the proportion of South Australians participating in sport or physical recreation at least once per week to 50% by 2020

South Australia's Strategic Plan targets that the department contributes towards are listed below.For further information, visit South Australia's Strategic Plan.