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 draft Transport Strategy was presented in a report at the Council Meeting on 9 July 2018. The report can be viewed under the City Infrastructure Committee Agenda on the City of Hobart website. Alternatively the draft Transport Strategy can be downloaded here.

The Council has now approved the Draft Transport Strategy to be open for community and stakeholder engagement. To have your say, please view the Draft Transport Strategy and provide your feedback in the online form.

To provide more information about the draft Transport Strategy, the City of Hobart will be holding a series of information sessions during the week commencing 23 July. To find out more view the key dates or visit the City of Hobart website.

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 draft Transport Strategy was presented in a report at the Council Meeting on 9 July 2018. The report can be viewed under the City Infrastructure Committee Agenda on the City of Hobart website. Alternatively the draft Transport Strategy can be downloaded here.

The Council has now approved the Draft Transport Strategy to be open for community and stakeholder engagement. To have your say, please view the Draft Transport Strategy and provide your feedback in the online form.

To provide more information about the draft Transport Strategy, the City of Hobart will be holding a series of information sessions during the week commencing 23 July. To find out more view the key dates or visit the City of Hobart website.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Local Area Traffic Management

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Local Area Traffic Management a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome. 


    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Local Area Traffic Management a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome. 


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Public Transport

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Public Transport module a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome.

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Public Transport module a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Private Transport

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Private Transport module a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome.

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Private Transport module a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Freight, Port and Air

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Freight, Port and Air module a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome.

    To guide the development of the Transport Strategy's Freight, Port and Air module a number of questions have been prepared. Your general comments are also welcome.

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