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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

Friday, 23 July

Community consultation has opened for the proposed overpass on the Bass Highway at Leith.

You are invited to view the consultation materials and have your say, during business hours at the Central Coast Council, 9 King Edward Street, Ulverstone until Wednesday 11 August, or on our project page.

Find out more: Bass Highway - Leith Overpass.

Wednesday, 21 July

We are currently finalising our corridor study of the West Tamar Highway between the Launceston CBD and McEwans Road, north of Legana.

You are invited to provide feedback on improvement opportunities by visiting our online interactive map.

You can also view the proposed improvements at the West Tamar Council – Riverside office at 2-4 Eden Street, Riverside during business hours.

Consultation will close on 18 August 2021, at 5:00pm.

Find out more: West Tamar Highway - Launceston to Legana - Corridor Study.

Monday, 19 July

We have released a revised design for safety improvements to the Arthur Highway at Eaglehawk Neck.

We have revised the design to avoid impacting identified cultural heritage areas following consultation with Aboriginal organisations and regulatory authorities.

You can view the revised design and provide feedback at the Tasman Council office at 1713 Main Road, Nubeena during business hours until 31 July, 2021.

Your feedback will be used to inform decisions about the project design; however any changes will continue to avoid any ground disturbance or impact on Aboriginal cultural heritage areas.

Provide feedback online and find out more: Eaglehawk Neck - widening.

Monday, 19 July

We are conducting a corridor study to look at ways to provide a safer, consistent driving environment along the Huon Highway between Kingston and Southport.

The study will look at what sections of the highway can be improved for current and future road use.

You are invited to use our interactive map and provide your feedback here:

Consultation is open until 14 August, 2021.

Monday, 12 July

We are developing a corridor strategy to look at ways to provide a safer, consistent driving environment along the Bass Highway between Launceston and Devonport.

You are invited to use our interactive map and provide your feedback here:

Community consultation is open until Saturday, 14 August.