A mobile and accessible City

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Let's create a city where people and business have access to greater transport choices and can access the things they need.

Launceston being mobile and accessible means people across the city can connect to businesses, access services, education, employment and the facilities they need. It requires clever thought about what type of transport we use and when.

Improving the mobility and accessibility of Launceston requires us having improved technology and systems and focusing on community-led design.

Council is faced with the opportunity to align transport and infrastructure more closely, and make sure that we maintain Launceston as a liveable city.

To cleverly plan for new residential and business development while preserving our character and liveability.

The way we design and build our city impacts the look, feel and vibrancy of our city. Launceston is looking to grow. We need good design to make sure that we preserve what makes Launceston special, while inviting more people and investment.

A well-designed and built city is one that provides affordable housing, and ensures everyone has local access to the goods and services, education, transport and jobs they need. It has neighbourhood character that we’re proud of. It’s designed and built to last.

Get involved by:

  1. Taking the Mobile and Accessible Survey
  2. Using the Mapping Tool to tell us your experience of travelling around Launceston along with your ideas for making Launceston a mobile and accessible city
  3. Enjoying our Open Streets Event on Saturday 7 December, in the heart of the CBD - following the Lions Club Christmas Parade. (COMPLETED)


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We will be talking about:

our vision for transport | active transport | access | safety | efficiency | parking

Let's create a city where people and business have access to greater transport choices and can access the things they need.

Launceston being mobile and accessible means people across the city can connect to businesses, access services, education, employment and the facilities they need. It requires clever thought about what type of transport we use and when.

Improving the mobility and accessibility of Launceston requires us having improved technology and systems and focusing on community-led design.

Council is faced with the opportunity to align transport and infrastructure more closely, and make sure that we maintain Launceston as a liveable city.

To cleverly plan for new residential and business development while preserving our character and liveability.

The way we design and build our city impacts the look, feel and vibrancy of our city. Launceston is looking to grow. We need good design to make sure that we preserve what makes Launceston special, while inviting more people and investment.

A well-designed and built city is one that provides affordable housing, and ensures everyone has local access to the goods and services, education, transport and jobs they need. It has neighbourhood character that we’re proud of. It’s designed and built to last.

Get involved by:

  1. Taking the Mobile and Accessible Survey
  2. Using the Mapping Tool to tell us your experience of travelling around Launceston along with your ideas for making Launceston a mobile and accessible city
  3. Enjoying our Open Streets Event on Saturday 7 December, in the heart of the CBD - following the Lions Club Christmas Parade. (COMPLETED)


You can also check out:


We will be talking about:

our vision for transport | active transport | access | safety | efficiency | parking

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey is to find out your ideas and suggestions about making Launceston a mobile and accessible city. An accessible city invites people of all abilities, economic backgrounds and ages to enjoy our city without being restricted or limited by the type of transport they use, or their personal physical capability.

    The data will be used by Council in accordance with our Personal Information Protection Policy and will never be passed on to a third party without prior consent. City of Launceston may contact you for further community engagement activities.

    Some of the information you provide us will be baseline data that we will ask again periodically.


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