Local government

M41 water main renewal

Wellington Parade closure looms

The M41 Water Main Renewal Project will commence construction at the Wellington Parade and Clarendon Street intersection, from Tuesday 11 June, disrupting bike routes.

Greater Hobart councils work on transport

The Greater Hobart Bill has passed the Tasmanian House of Assembly and is on its way to the Legislative Council, with better collaboration on transport planning a key element of the bill.
baxter to somerville trail

Baxter to Somerville bike path funded

A Coalition Government will invest $2M to deliver the ‘missing link’ shared pedestrian and bike path between Somerville and Baxter on the Mornington Peninsula.
forster road

Work starts on Monash connection

Works have started on an important bike path link along Forster Road in Mount Waverley, that will help connect riders to Monash University.
bordertown bike lane

New Bordertown bike path proposal

Construction of a new bike path is being considered on a strip of Cannawigara Road in Bordertown, South Australia, and the council is keen to hear people's thoughts.

Hobart plans to get smarter with tech

The City of Hobart has released an action plan of new technology ideas that could help the council to deliver its City Vision, called Connected Hobart.
Noth East Link bike bridge

Major bike upgrades revealed

More details have been revealed of the bike infrastructure to be delivered as part of the massive North East Link road and tunnel project.
yarra valley trail

Yarra Valley Trail expansion underway

Contracts for the first stage of the long-awaited trail from Lilydale to Yarra Glen have been awarded by Yarra Ranges Shire, with work starting this month.
dynon road bike path

Dynon Road gets new separated link

Work has started on a new separated bike lane from Footscray to Kensington, linking the existing separated lane along Dynon Road to the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail.

City Centre Cycleways could get people moving

The Tasmanian Bicycle Council thinks the lack of cycleways in Hobart’s city centre is holding back people who would like to use a bike to get to work, education, services and shops.