Development of a Transport Strategy for the City of Hobart

The City of Hobart is developing a Transport Strategy that will plan for Hobart’s future transport needs and guide how improved transport will be delivered through until 2030. The strategy will support growth in the city’s population and the economy.

The community's input informed the development of the draft Transport Strategy to address the most pressing issues within the control of the City of Hobart. During 2016 and 2017 the City undertook an extensive engagement process and the community contributed issues, concerns and ideas. A summary of the community engagement is available here.

The Council approved the Draft Transport Strategy to be open for community and stakeholder engagement at their meeting on 9 July 2018. The engagement was open on Your Say Hobart from 10 July - 24 August 2018, during that time community members were asked to view the draft Transport Strategy and provide feedback in an online form.

Thanks to all those who provided feedback on the draft Transport Strategy. A report on the results of the community engagement is being prepared to be presented to the City Infrastructure Committee meeting on 19 September 2018.

The City of Hobart is developing a Transport Strategy that will plan for Hobart’s future transport needs and guide how improved transport will be delivered through until 2030. The strategy will support growth in the city’s population and the economy.

The community's input informed the development of the draft Transport Strategy to address the most pressing issues within the control of the City of Hobart. During 2016 and 2017 the City undertook an extensive engagement process and the community contributed issues, concerns and ideas. A summary of the community engagement is available here.

The Council approved the Draft Transport Strategy to be open for community and stakeholder engagement at their meeting on 9 July 2018. The engagement was open on Your Say Hobart from 10 July - 24 August 2018, during that time community members were asked to view the draft Transport Strategy and provide feedback in an online form.

Thanks to all those who provided feedback on the draft Transport Strategy. A report on the results of the community engagement is being prepared to be presented to the City Infrastructure Committee meeting on 19 September 2018.

Do you have a question in relation to the development of the Transport Strategy? Submit your question here and we will respond.

Have a question?

  • The e-mail you sent states that there is a survey available for Stage 4, or that one can make a longer submission ... how do I go about making a longer submission? Thanks

    Brita asked over 1 year ago

    Hi Brita, 

    Thanks for your question.  For a longer submission please feel free to write to us.  

    Attention Stuart Baird : Transport Strategy 

    Transport Engineer

    City of Hobart

    GPO Box 503, Hobart 7001


    or email your response to coh@hobartcity.com.au 

  • The June 2017 issue of 'City News' said that the Background Paper for Module 4 (Local area traffic issues) was available and that comments had to be made before the end of July 2017. I can't see the background paper or anywhere that comments can be made. Many thanks, Sue Headley.

    Sue asked over 1 year ago

    Hi Sue, 

    Our apologies, the survey and background paper have been re-checked and are now currently available.  Thank-you for bringing this to our attention.  Please let us know if there are any more issues. 

    Kind regards, 

    Stuart Baird   

  • its telling me that the survey has completed

    vonkas asked almost 2 years ago

    The survey for Module 1- Freight, Port and Air is now complete, however there is still opportunity to get involved in this engagement.

    We have recently uploaded the background paper for Module 2 - Private Transport.  This can be found in the Related Documents section of the Your Say page.

    The survey relating to Module 2 will be open for submissions in the next couple of weeks and will run until late March 2017, so there is plenty of time for you to have your say.