Argyle Street and Campbell Street Trial Bicycle Lanes

Overview

The City of Hobart, in consultation with the Department of State Growth, has developed preliminary concept designs for trial implementation of bicycle lanes along sections of Argyle Street, Campbell Street, Liverpool Street and Bathurst Street.

These lanes will connect the existing on-road bicycle lanes on Argyle and Campbell Streets, the Rose Garden Bridge and Queens Domain, the InterCity Cycleway and Sullivans Cove.

In December, 2019, the Council resolved that the proposed bicycle lanes be trialled for a 12-month period following consultation with key stakeholders, in particular owners and occupiers of properties adjacent to the proposed new bicycle lanes.

Key stakeholders are currently being contacted and encouraged to let us know if they think they may be impacted by the 12-month bicycle lane trial.

Project Background

There is broad support for growing the provision of active travel facilities in the City of Hobart.

This project also aligns with:

  • Hobart Transport Vision (Tasmanian Government)
  • Hobart City Deal (Commonwealth Government, Tasmanian Government, City of Hobart)
  • Greater Hobart Mobility Vision (RACT)
  • Transport Strategy (Draft) (City of Hobart)
  • Capital City Strategic Plan (City of Hobart)

The trial bicycle lanes will provide an important missing link in the City’s current bicycle lane provisions. A connected network of bicycle paths and lanes will support more people to ride to, through and around the city for work, study, shopping and recreation.

Have Your Say

Owners and occupiers of properties adjacent to the proposed bicycle lane trial were sent an information pack via mail or hand-delivery in early June 2020. This pack contained:

  • An introductory letter about the project
  • A Question & Answer information sheet
  • A concept design for the proposed bicycle lane on their city block
  • A Feedback form.

The same information is also available on this page.

Identified stakeholders are encouraged to comment about this project by completing the feedback form online or returning a hard copy of the feedback form to Council by Tuesday 30 June 2020.


Overview

The City of Hobart, in consultation with the Department of State Growth, has developed preliminary concept designs for trial implementation of bicycle lanes along sections of Argyle Street, Campbell Street, Liverpool Street and Bathurst Street.

These lanes will connect the existing on-road bicycle lanes on Argyle and Campbell Streets, the Rose Garden Bridge and Queens Domain, the InterCity Cycleway and Sullivans Cove.

In December, 2019, the Council resolved that the proposed bicycle lanes be trialled for a 12-month period following consultation with key stakeholders, in particular owners and occupiers of properties adjacent to the proposed new bicycle lanes.

Key stakeholders are currently being contacted and encouraged to let us know if they think they may be impacted by the 12-month bicycle lane trial.

Project Background

There is broad support for growing the provision of active travel facilities in the City of Hobart.

This project also aligns with:

  • Hobart Transport Vision (Tasmanian Government)
  • Hobart City Deal (Commonwealth Government, Tasmanian Government, City of Hobart)
  • Greater Hobart Mobility Vision (RACT)
  • Transport Strategy (Draft) (City of Hobart)
  • Capital City Strategic Plan (City of Hobart)

The trial bicycle lanes will provide an important missing link in the City’s current bicycle lane provisions. A connected network of bicycle paths and lanes will support more people to ride to, through and around the city for work, study, shopping and recreation.

Have Your Say

Owners and occupiers of properties adjacent to the proposed bicycle lane trial were sent an information pack via mail or hand-delivery in early June 2020. This pack contained:

  • An introductory letter about the project
  • A Question & Answer information sheet
  • A concept design for the proposed bicycle lane on their city block
  • A Feedback form.

The same information is also available on this page.

Identified stakeholders are encouraged to comment about this project by completing the feedback form online or returning a hard copy of the feedback form to Council by Tuesday 30 June 2020.


  • This feedback form is for owners and occupiers along the proposed route. We are seeking feedback regarding the concept designs and how they may impact your property.

    This form will be open until Tuesday 30 June 2020.

    Ongoing engagement with the wider community will take place later in 2020.

    This feedback form is for owners and occupiers along the proposed route. We are seeking feedback regarding the concept designs and how they may impact your property.

    This form will be open until Tuesday 30 June 2020.

    Ongoing engagement with the wider community will take place later in 2020.

    Complete Feedback Form