Transport studies and reports
pitt&sherry was engaged to undertake a feasibility study for an eastern bypass of the City of Launceston.
The Department of State Growth is preparing corridor strategies for state roads across Tasmania to create consistency in how the State Road Network is managed and planned. This report presents a corridor strategy for the Huon Highway between Kingston and Huonville.
In March 2019, the Tasmanian Government announced that it would investigate alternative traffic routes through Hobart considering all options including bypass roads and tunnels. A comprehensive feasibility study examining options for a Hobart Western Bypass has now been completed by consultants GHD.
The Department of State Growth has requested that pitt&sherry investigate the feasibility of sealing the Western Explorer as well as the 24 kilometre section of the Corinna Developmental Road from Savage River to Corinna.
View the Western Explorer Feasibility Study here.
The Congestion and Reliability Review measures the levels of congestion across major cities in Australia and New Zealand and identifies the key causes of congestion.
View the Congestion and Reliability Review here.
This report summarises the findings of the prefeasibility assessment for the relocation of the existing intermodal freight handling facility from the centre of Launceston to a new location close to existing road and rail freight linkages in Northern Tasmania.