Years 6 - 10
Indicative cost: $31 million
- Continue to deliver infrastructure projects that reduce interaction between people and vehicles in the CBD (eg. improve the active transport connection between the waterfront and CBD).
- Establish transport hubs at key destinations including Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart Airport, University of Tasmania.
- Establish prioritisation measures for shared mobility on key arterials (eg. ride share, car share, public transport and multiple occupancy vehicles).
- Create more shared, low-speed environments in the CBD.
- Implement a specific northern suburbs transit corridor that concentrates on a high density route, which could utilise a section of the existing rail corridor, but then use on-road infrastructure to terminate in the CBD. If the existing rail corridor is to be used it requires higher residential density to support a mass transit solution. In addition, a Macquarie Point terminus would be too far from other transit options in the CBD.
- Concentrate housing development in existing urban areas and commence the development of higher density hubs in outlying areas.
- Continue to operate a ferry network of up to three routes and conduct a thorough review of the service, including impact on the road network.
- Continue work on active transport spines in the CBD, including from the Rivulet Track to Intercity Cycleway, Elizabeth St south and north-bound and from Sandy Bay to the CBD.
- Continue to retrofit existing infrastructure to provide connections to active transport spines.
- Begin to focus investment around regional transport hubs to stimulate shared spaces and residential growth.
- Continue to plan and source funding for a major infrastructure project to significantly reduce the volume of traffic travelling into and through the CBD, if a shift to mode share of 20% is not achieved in the first 10 years of this plan.
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