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"Transport infrastructure to drive economic growth, social inclusion and meet climate change challenges"

 

Completed

 

0-3 years

 

3-5 years

 

5-10 years

 

Establish State Owned Company to maintain rail services 
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Develop 10 year rail strategy

 

Coordinate delivery of roads across three levels of government

 

Investigate options to privatise  rail operations

Road Safety Strategy and Annual Plans
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Develop Intelligent Transport Systems strategy

 

Implement commercial model to deliver roads

 

Assess upgrade Brooker Highway to 3 lanes

Regional Integrated Transport Plans(Southern,Northern,Cradle Coast)
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Review Transport Policy

 

Assess cost reflective pricing

 

Integrated bus ticketing

Passenger Transport Framework
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Tasmanian Freight Strategy

 

Review Integrated Transport Plans

 

Complete Bagdad Bypass

Core Passenger Services Review
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Develop Regional Freight Strategies

 

Assess Batman/East Frankford/ Birralee freight corridor upgrade

 

New Bridgewater Bridge

20 Year Midland Highway Strategy
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Develop framework for access of large trucks on roads

 

Commence upgrades for Bass Highway, Deloraine and East Devonport/Port Sorell Main Road

 

ITS applications to improve traffic flow and safety

North East Freight Strategy
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Brighton Transport Hub constructed(null)

 

Upgrade Frankford-Birralee freight corridor

 

South Arm Highway upgrade through to Lauderdale

Southern Tasmanian National Network Investment Programme
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Assess priorities for upgrades to Bass Highway between Deloraine and East Devonport/Port Sorell Main Road

 

Bell Bay Intermodal Expansion (subject to Australian Government funding)

 
 

State Infrastructure Planning System (SIPS) in place

 

West Tamar Highway Strategy

 

Complete Brighton Bypass

 
 

Commonwealth funding of $500.6M to 2013-14 for road and rail projects secured
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Revitalise Hobart Port as gateway to Antarctica and Southern Ocean

 

Ongoing rail upgrades

 
 

Expenditure on rail to date(null)
o Capital $44M
o Maintenance $8.5M

Brooker Highway Transport Plan (null)

 

Assess Burnie Port upgrade as key bulk goods port with roll on/roll off capacity

 

Further Park & Rides

 
     

Bell Bay Port rail realignment

 

Continue Midland Highway upgrade

   
     

Murchison Highway upgrades

 

Continue Murchison Highway upgrade

   
     

Assess development of key cycleways : Rosny/access to Tasman Bridge, Hobart to Taroona, and West Tamar Highway

 

Continue North East Freight Routes

   
     

Upgrade of Midland Highway

       
     

Assess Richmond heavy vehicle link road

       
     

Upgrade North East Freight Routes

       
     

Park & Rides - Glenorchy, Kingston, Clarence

       
     

Kingston Bypass

       
     

Brooker Highway congestion measures

 

       
     

Plan for integrated transit corridors

       
     

Carparking strategy

       
     

Community Road Projects

       
     

High frequency bus services

       
     

Assess key cycling projects - Rosny to Tasman Bridge; Hobart to Taroona; West Tamar Highway

       
     

Rail upgrades - Melba Line, Main North-South Line

       
     

Introduce Intelligent Access Program across truck fleet

       
             

Benefits for all Tasmanians

  • Safe transport
  • Efficient, fairly priced road and rail freight services
  • Reliable and attractive, public transport services
  • Roads, rail delivered on commercial basis
  • Infrastructure funded sustainably
  • Cost reflective pricing
  • Safe, good quality cycling and pedestrian networks
  • Reduced greenhouse emissions
  • Liveable, accessible and healthy communities
  • Coordinated transport and land use planning

Governance

Strategy & Planning

Project

(null) = completed