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Brighton Transport Hub Project

Background

The Brighton Transport Hub Project is a $79 million Tasmanian Government funded project and will involve the construction of a modern road-rail facility and freight distribution hub at Brighton.

The Hub will be a modern facility allowing freight goods to be seamlessly transferred between road transport and rail and enable efficient movement of freight between southern and northern Tasmania's ports.

The integration of the construction programs for the Hub and Brighton Bypass will achieve significant efficiencies.

Location

The location for the Hub is to the west of the existing Brighton Industrial Estate. It will have a total land area of approximately 50 hectares with provision for warehousing adjoining the rail intermodal and additional land for freight-related commercial development.

 

 

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Panoramic View

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Concept Design

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Vision For The Future

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