Tasmanian City Council votes

We are tracking the votes of our city councils and debates for projects/changes which impact on bike riding and have included all the decisions we are aware of in this recent council term.

Tasmania’s councils were last elected in October 2022 to serve four-year terms, so the next elections are due in 2026. 

If you are aware of an upcoming or past vote on a project which affects bike riding let us know and we’ll add it to our list. Pre 2022 votes can be viewed in our archive.


Burnie City Council

No votes concerning cycling infrastructure have occurred since the 2022 elections. 

30 January 2024: In response to a Question on Notice the General Manager answered that council officers had decided there was no viable route between Burnie and Heybridge to continue the Coastal Pathway.

Clarence City Council

  • Rejection of the Skylands masterplan: 6 March 2023
  • Approval of 457 and 469 Rokeby Rd, Howrah to include new shared path: 20 march 2023
  • Conversion of the council’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and Tracks and Trails Committee to working groups: 24 April 2023
  • Continued support for Cycling South and nominations to sit on the committee: 24 April 2023
  • Direction on cycling parking for 2A Ringwood Rd & 450 South Arm Rd, Lauderdale: 15 May 2023
  • New members vote in for the Bicycle Advisory and Tracks and Trails Working Groups and Cycling South: 15 May 2023



Devonport City Council

Devonport City Council has a comprehensive bicycle strategy and progress on it is reported to the council each year – in the 2018-22 term all councillors accepted and supported the yearly bike strategy progress reports.

Glenorchy City Council

Hobart City Council

Hobart Council had a Bicycle Committee which was renamed during the 2018-22 term to the Hobart Active Transport Committee, which reports its minutes to the Infrastructure Committee. The new 2022-26 council voted to establish a new committee system and so cycling will be covered by the Mobility and Sustainable Infrastructure committees. 

Launceston Council

Launceston Council has a Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee that reports its minutes to the council, all minutes were accepted unanimously. During 2022 the committee was disbanded and replaced by the Transport Committee.


Page last updated: 24 January 2023

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