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Plans and Strategy

 

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Huon Highway Corridor Road Strategy

 

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Western Tasmania Industry Infrastructure Study

 

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Greater Hobart Travel Time Survey

 

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Launceston Traffic Review

 

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Northern Integrated Transport Plan

 

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Greater Launceston Metropolitian Passenger Transport Plan

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Northern Region Planning Hierachy, (PDF, 94KB)

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Congestion in Greater Hobart
DIER has prepared a report on congestion in greater Hobart in response to recent proposals for major infrastructure responses such as tunnels to be investigated to solve congestion issues.

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State Road Noise Strategy, (PDF, 632KB)

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Brooker Highway Transport Plan, (PDF, 3.36MB)
The Brooker Highway Transport Plan sets a shared vision for the future of the Brooker Highway. The Plan delineates objectives and principles for future investment in the highway for the short,medium and long term, to enable the highway to cater for current demand and future transport needs.

 

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 Greater Hobart Household Travel Survey

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Tasmanian Rail Network Objectives and Priorities for Action
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Tasmanian Infrastructure Strategy

The Tasmanian Infrastructure Strategy was launched on Wednesday 10 February. The Strategy highlights the State's key economic infrastructure sectors of transport, telecommunications, energy and water.

Submission to Infrastructure Australia 2011
Submission to Infrastructure Australia 2010

 Tasmanian Urban Passenger Transport Framework

 

Tasmanian Urban Passenger Transport Framework

The Tasmanian Government has developed the Tasmanian Urban Passenger Transport Framework to set a future direction for passenger transport in Tasmania's urban areas.  The Framework's vision is to establish "a safe and responsive passenger transport system that supports improved accessibility, liveability and health outcomes for our communities, in the context of the challenges of climate change".

 

 Richmond Bridge Conservation Management Plan

 

Richmond Bridge Conservation Management Plan

A Conservation Management Plan has been prepared for the Richmond Bridge. The Plan considers the various values associated with the bridge and recommends a series of strategies to assist in future management.

 

Tasmanian Freight Survey

 

Tasmanian Freight Survey

The survey aims to provide reliable and robust data about Tasmania's heavy freight land transport task to support description, analysis and modelling of the land transport freight task for policy development and planning purposes. The survey collects information about commodities moved by heavy vehicles and rail for Tasmania's major companies.

 

Southern Integrated Transport Plan

 

Southern Integrated Transport Plan

The Southern Intergrated Transport Plan is a collaborative initiative between the Tasmanian Government, Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority, and twelve member councils.
It provides a coordinated and strategic framework to recognise and address transport issues within the Southern Region over the next twenty years.

 

Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016

 

The Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016, (PDF, 2.23MB)

Tasmania Together is the Tasmanian Government's long-term social, economic and environmental plan for the future. Tasmania Together includes a number of specific targets for road safety:

  • By 2010: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2005
  • By 2015: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2010
  • By 2020: a 20% reduction in serious injuries and fatalities from 2015

The Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016 will strive to achieve these targets.

 

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Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy Action Plan 2007/08 - 2009/10. (PDF, 1.33MB)

There are four key Strategic Directions outlined in the Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2007-2016. These are:

  • Safer Travel Speeds
  • Best Practice Infrastructure
  • Increased Safety for Young Road Users
  • Enhanced Vehicle Safety

This Action Plan outlines the key initiatives the Tasmanian Government is committed to implementing for the Financial Years 2007/08 to 2009/10.

 

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Strategic Asset Management Plan, (PDF, 905KB)

The Plan sets directions and establishes what we should be doing - in a strategic context - to better manage our road and bridge asset and in doing so it identifies those management activities necessary for ensuring the asset is functional and provides the Tasmanian community with a safe, efficient and sustainable road network.

As a high-level document, the SAMP is an integral part of the Department's overall strategic management framework, sitting between the strategic drivers of Government policies and corporate plans, and the development of specific strategies and programs for the delivery of high level and timely asset maintenance.