Inner Hobart Transport Network Operations Plan
Hobart's transportation management adopts an integrated approach, aiming to balance the diverse needs of road user groups and optimise current resources while planning for the future.
To assist managing the City's transport network to achieve outcomes identified in the Transport Strategy, Central Hobart Plan, Hobart City Deal and other key strategic documents, the City of Hobart in conjunction with the Department of State Growth developed an Inner Hobart Transport Network Operations Plan (TNOP).
The TNOP guides the whole city in managing competing priorities on its road network, aligning operations with overall strategic objectives.
Developed collaboratively by the Department of State Growth and the City of Hobart, the TNOP provides a framework for current and future operations, emphasising efficiency, safety, and support for places where people live, work and study. It recognises potential conflicts among transport modes and competing priorities, offering guidance to road authorities without distinguishing between roads and street ownership.
The TNOP's process combines strategic objectives, road user hierarchies, and place values to set a target minimum Level of Service for each travel mode, providing a guide for planning operations. Periodically reviewed and updated, the TNOP reflects ongoing collaboration and stakeholder input, ensuring its relevance and effectiveness in the dynamic landscape of Hobart's transportation network.
Inner Hobart Transport Network Operations Plan(PDF, 4MB)