Supporting active transport
Councils have been rolling out a range of projects to support active transport across Greater Hobart including:
- Clarence City Council has completed the construction of upgrades to the Rosny Hill Road pathway, which will improve off-road cycle and pedestrian connectivity along Rosny Hill Road to Rosny CBD area.
- Glenorchy City Council is progressing its Glenorchy CBD Revitalisation Project, making the area more usable for pedestrians by minimising the impact of vehicles and providing street art, feature lighting and wide pavements.
- Hobart City Council has commenced a trial of traffic and parking arrangements, including a shared slow-speed lane for cyclists and service vehicles, for Campbell Street between Liverpool and Collins streets. The Council is also progressing a trial implementation of bicycle lanes along sections of Argyle, Campbell, Liverpool and Bathurst streets.
- Kingborough Council is progressing bike lane and footpath improvements including upgrades to the shared pathway along Whitewater Creek in the Kingston Park site, Channel Highway bicycle lane improvements and Summerleas Road footpath connection.