Bike Futures Hobart is a free event, held on Thursday 9 March, 2017.

Bike Futures Hobart – Thursday 9 March, 2017

Bike Futures is Bicycle Network’s annual conference for engineers, planners, designers, health professionals, and decision-makers – in fact, anyone who has an interest in making Tasmania’s urban centres more livable and people-friendly.

Hobart in the midst of building a new transport strategy, congestion has become an issue, and the University of Tasmania’s shift to the CBD will have a profound effect on the economy and the vibrancy of the city – and how we move around.

This year we are again supported by the Tasmanian Department of State Growth and we welcome two new partners – the University of Tasmania and the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management.

Our speakers are all innovators in their fields: Transport consultant Steven Burgess, Victoria's City of Yarra Bicycle Strategy Project Manager, Alistair McDonald, Devonport Engineer Randell Scott, Hobart Transport Engineer, Stuart Baird. 


When: 9am-4:30pm, Thursday 9 March, 2017
Where: UTAS Domain House on the Queen’s Domain and Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies on Hobart’s waterfront.
Cost: It's FREE to attend, thanks to support from the Tasmanian State Government
How to register: RSVP via email to Bicycle Network’s Tasmanian adviser Garry Bailey at garrybailey@bicyclenetwork.com.au
Schedule and speakers Click here for full program and list of speakers

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Thanks to our major sponsor, the Department of State Growth, there is no cost to participants. State Growth have an ongoing commitment to improving conditions for bike riders in Tasmania though their Positive Provisioning Policy for Cycling Infrastructure and the Tasmanian Walking and Cycling for Active Transport Strategy. Thanks also to our conference partner University of Tasmania and The Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management. 

Thanks to our sponsors


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