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Bridgewater Bridge

As part of the Hobart City Deal, the Australian and Tasmanian Governments have committed $576 million for a new Bridgewater Bridge.

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Derwent Entertainment Centre, community multisport facility and NBL licence

The Tasmanian Government announced it will invest $68.5 million to redevelop the Derwent Entertainment Centre, including $20 million for a community four court multisport facility.

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Greater Hobart Act

The Greater Hobart Councils and Tasmanian Government have been working together to progress the development of a shared work program as required under the Act. The Greater Hobart Advisory Group formally convened in April 2020 and the Greater Hobart Committee in May 2020.

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Hobart Airport

While the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted domestic and international travel, discussions continue with the New Zealand Government in relation to creating a COVID-19 travel bubble with Tasmania via commencing international flights through Hobart Airport.

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Hobart Airport Interchange

The Hobart Airport Interchange will replace the existing Hobart Airport roundabout. The new interchange will improve safety, reduce traffic congestion, and facilitate future increases in traffic.

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Kingston Congestion Package

The Tasmanian Government and Kingborough Council have been working together to develop a suite of initiatives to implement the Kingston Congestion Package.

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Macquarie Point

Macquarie Point has moved into the next stage of its development, with the first parcel of land, The Escarpment, being released to market for permanent development in mid-2020 as part of a multistage land release.

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Supporting active transport

Councils have been rolling out a range of projects to support active transport across Greater Hobart.

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