The Department of State Growth is improving safety on the Arthur Highway at the Blackman Bay Road junction.
The Tasmanian Government has committed to the Arthur Highway Overtaking Lane project as a part of the South East Traffic Solution.
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 Department of State Growth is currently investigating options to construct an overpass across the Bass Highway, Leith.
The Department of State Growth is developing a corridor strategy for the Bass Highway between Wynyard and Marrawah. You can provide your feedback and comments on our interactive map until 7 June 2019.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have completed safety improvements at a number of junctions on the Bass Highway, Wynyard.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments are committed to strengthening and replacing Tasmanian bridges on key routes to retain the existing levels of service for heavy vehicle freight and community access.
The Tasmanian Government is committed to strengthening Tasmanian bridges on key routes to retain the existing levels of service for heavy vehicle freight and community access.
The Department of State Growth is upgrading the Bruny Island vehicle waiting areas at Roberts Point.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated $6 million to continue sealing Bruny Island Main Road. The two sections being prioritised for sealing are between Alonnah and Lunawanna, and between Lunawanna and the start of Lighthouse Road.
The Department of State Growth is doing a planning study along the Channel Highway between Kingston and Margate.
The Department of State Growtht has improved the safety for all road users travelling along the Channel Highway in Bonnet Hill.
The Department of State Growth is undertaking safety improvements on the Channel Highway just north of Margate. The work will involve widening the northbound lane for about 300 metres, next to the access to property numbers 1511, 1521 and 1531 Channel Highway.
The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have committed funding to investigate potential upgrades and improvements to the highways that surround Hobart’s Queens Domain.
The Department of State Growth has completed design work for a roundabout at the East Tamar Highway - Mowbray Connector.
The Tasmanian Government has allocated funding for road reinstatement and shoulder widening on Esk Main Road. We will also be doing slip and bank stabilisation work along Esk Main Road from Tullochgorum Creek to Mount Foster Road.
The Tasmanian Government has started planning work to upgrade Evandale Road to four lanes, from the entrance to the Launceston Airport to the Breadalbane roundabout.
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 seal Hastings Caves Road, as a part of Tasmania’s Visitor Economy Roads Package. This work involves sealing the unsealed sections of Hastings Caves Road.
The Department of State Growth has completed road 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 Department of State Growth is improving safety on the Huon Highway along the Grove straight, near the Willie Smith’s Apple Shed. The southbound lane towards Huonville will be widened for approximately 300 metres, to make room for a dedicated lane for vehicles turning right into the Apple Shed.
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 Tasmanian Government has commissioned a planning study to look at ways to reduce congestion and improve travel time reliability on the Tasman Highway between Sorell and Hobart.
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.
The Tasmanian Government has completed sealing works on Waterhouse Road.