Federal Election 2022 Tasmania


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The federal election is likely to be held in May 2022

Bicycle Network is here to keep you up to date with what parties and candidates are promising for Tasmanians who ride bikes.

Tasmanian asks

What we want to get more people riding

We have asked all parties and candidates to commit to five things that will help make it easier to ride a bike: increase funding for paths; bike paths on all new road projects; bike education; tax breaks to buy bikes for transport; and safer vehicle standards. 

In Tasmania we’d also like to see commitment to key bike projects in each electorate. 


Filling in the missing link to complete the Rocherlea to Inveresk path.

Build a Launceston to Legana path.


Funding for the remaining sections of the Coastal Pathway 


Fund a Collins Street separated cycleway


Fund a Kingston to Huntingfield cycleway.


Commitment to a Derwent Valley Rail Trail with funding for a full feasibility study.

What's being promised for bikes this time around

Promises for Tasmania

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Independents & other parties
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If better bike lanes, trails and facilities are important to you, then let the candidates for the Tasmanian election know about it by writing to them, talking to them or engaging on social media.

#TogetherWeCan make a difference. 

Authorised by Alison Hetherington, Bicycle Network, 210 Collins Street, Hobart

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These are the contact details for candidates we know about, let us know if we miss someone!

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