Download the Integrated Transport Plan 2010 [PDF 3.6Mb] The State Government has launched a plan which sets out the strategic framework for planning and investing in Southern Tasmania’s regional transport system over the next 20 years. Infrastructure Minister Lara Giddings said the plan was a collaborative initiative between the Government, Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority and […]
Download the Southern Councils Transport Plan [PDF 460Kb]
The Southern Integrated Transport Plan has been developed as a consultative document, which has been endorsed by the Steering Committee overseeing the development of the Plan. We encourage you to have your say on the draft Plan, particularly on the vision, objectives and strategies contained within the Plan. Your comments will be considered by the […]
The Southern Regional Transport Forum was held on the 4th April 2008. The forum provided an opportunity for State and local government, along with key stakeholders, to identify major transport planning issues for the Southern Region before a draft plan is released for public comment later this year. The issues that were raised at that […]
The Southern Integrated Transport Plan is currently being developed. It is a joint initiative under the Southern Partnerships Agreement, developed cooperatively by the Department of Infrastructure Energy and Resources (DIER), Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority and 12 Southern local government authorities: Brighton, Central Highlands, Clarence, Derwent Valley, Glamorgan-Spring Bay, Glenorchy, Hobart, Huon Valley, Kingborough, Sorell, Southern […]
Chair of the Southern Tasmanian Councils Association (STCA), Ald Rob Valentine, said today the Southern Tasmanian Councils who led the ‘Fair Go For Our Roads’ campaign, will keep the Federal Government accountable on the delivery of all its $303 million in road funding commitments made to the region during the 2007 Federal Election campaign. Ald […]
Part I Question 1 – Should Federal Government funding be provided for improvements to the northern approaches of Hobart, including a bypass of Brighton, Pontville and Bagdad, and an upgraded Bridgewater Bridge? Read on for the responses from all Federal Election candidates.
Part II Question 2 – Do you support the AusLink National Network in Tasmania being extended to include the Brooker Highway to the Port of Hobart, and the Tasman Highway to the Hobart International Airport? Read on for the responses from all Federal Election candidates.
The Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority will increase pressure on all major parties to provide major road funding for Southern Tasmania. The 12 newly-elected Mayors of Southern Tasmania have welcomed Labor’s commitment to fund the priority road projects in the region, in partnership with State and Local Government, and have today called on the Coalition to […]