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1Stakeholder and Community Engagement Framework

We have a Stakeholder and Community Engagement Framework to help guide how we engage with the community.

The State Roads Division Stakeholder and Community Engagement Framework aims to make stakeholder and community engagement a core part of how we make decisions. We use it to make sure our consultation and engagement processes are consistent and appropriate, and that we promote and use the right engagement tools.

We find out what the community and stakeholders value, want, or are concerned about, and incorporate this into our decision-making.

2Latest updates

Huon Link Road

We have chosen a route for the Huon Link Road following feedback from the community in early 2022.

Following community consultation and expert engineering and environmental assessments, the Northern Route has been chosen as the preferred alignment. We are continuing to work on detailed designs for this project.

View the proposed road alignment on the Huon Link Road Roll Plan.

Find out more: Huon Link Road.

Greater Hobart Park and Ride

Community consultation on the Greater Hobart Park and Ride has closed on Saturday, 30 July 2022.

We are investigating new park and ride locations for Claremont, Midway Point and Rokeby, to provide more public transport choices for travel into Hobart's CBD.

To view the feedback received on the proposed locations, visit our online interactive website.

For more information on this project visit: Greater Hobart Park and Ride.

Tasman Bridge Pathways Upgrade

Community consultation the Tasman Bridge Pathways Upgrade designs has closed on Tuesday, 19 July 2022.

We are upgrading and strengthening the Tasman Bridge to increase safety and improve access for pedestrians and cyclists. We're building a new 3.5 metre wide pathway on each side of the bridge, higher safety barriers and better lighting.

To view the feedback received on the proposed designs, visit our online interactive website.

Find out more: Tasman Bridge Pathways Upgrade.

We understand that this consultation may generate some sensitive discussion.
We will be moderating some comments to ensure the conversation is safe for all users.

If you or someone you know is experiencing distress, seek help and support from:
*A Tasmanian Lifeline (1800 98 44 34 – 8am to 8pm)
*Suicide Call Back Service (1300 659 467)
*Lifeline (13 11 14)

In an emergency, call Triple Zero (000).

Kingston Bypass Duplication and Algona Road Roundabout

Community consultation  on the Kingston Bypass Duplication and Algona Road Roundabout has closed on Sunday, 17 July 2022.

We’ve released our designs to improve safety and traffic flow for a 3.5 km section of the Kingston Bypass, including the Algona Road Roundabout.

To view the feedback received on the designs, visit our online interactive website.

Find out more: Kingston Bypass Duplication and Algona Road Roundabout.

Dorset Roads Package location map

Community consultation on the road upgrades at Dorset has closed on Tuesday, 10 May 2022.

To view the feedback received on the proposed upgrades, visit our online interactive map.

This upgrade project will include passing opportunities on the Tasman Highway east of Scottsdale at Rocky Gully and Billycock Hill, and improvements to the Legerwood Road junction.

This upgrade will improve road safety, remove traffic flow restrictions, and provide more reliable travel times on the Tasman Highway between Branxholm and Scottsdale.