The Department is undertaking a planning study along the Bass Highway between Cooee and Wynyard to identify areas to improve the highway reliability and safety.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have recently completed a series of safety improvements on the Bass Highway at Latrobe.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have committed funding for safety improvements to be made at a number of junctions on the Bass Highway, Wynyard.
The Department of State Growth is currently investigating options to construct an overpass across the Bass Highway, Leith.
The Department of State Growth is committed to strengthening and replacing Tasmanian bridges on key routes to retain services for heavy vehicle freight and community access.
The Bridge Strengthening Works 2018/19 are part of the Department's routine bridge maintenance program.
The Tasmanian Government has committed funding to improve the safety for all road users travelling along the Channel Highway in Bonnet Hill.
The Department of State Growth is currently undertaking design work for a roundabout at the East Tamar Highway - Mowbray Connector.
The Freight Access Bridge Upgrades Program will upgrade state road bridges in order to allow for high-productivity freight vehicles (HPFV).
The Tasmanian Government has allocated funds to continue sealing work along Highland Lakes Road.
The Tasmanian and Australian governments have committed $30 million to construct a four-lane interchange that will replace the Hobart Airport roundabout.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated funding for shoulder sealing to be undertaken on the Huon Highway from Fleurtys Road to Shipwrights Point in Port Huon.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments are jointly funding a project to upgrade the Huon Highway Summerleas Road intersection.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated funding from the Road Safety Levy for shoulder sealing to be undertaken on the Lyell Highway.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have allocated funding to continue upgrading the Murchison Highway under the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.
The Master Plan examines the current traffic related issues for road users travelling between Cambridge and Richmond.
The South East Traffic Solution aims to help maintain the liveability of Sorell and the Southern Beaches by reducing travel times through a more efficient and safer road network.
Building a fifth lane on the Southern Outlet between Kingston and Hobart is a key aspect of the Tasmanian Government’s Greater Hobart Traffic Solution.
The Tasmanian Government has committed funding to upgrade the Great Eastern Drive to enhance the experience for the increasing visitor numbers and improve safety for all road users.