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23 metre B-double Network Tasmania
Date:
15-08-2014
This is the Tasmanian road network that has been assessed and gazetted for Class 2 B-Double Heavy Vehicles with an overall length exceeding 21m and up to 23m, or a mass exceeding 50 tonnes, as authorised through the National Class 2 B-double Authorisation Notice 2019. The accessibility on the roads and bridges has been divided into 3 categories: Approved, Conditionally Approved and Restricted.
26 metre B-double Network Tasmania
Date:
15-08-2014
This is the Tasmanian road network that has been assessed and gazetted for Class 2 B-Double Heavy Vehicles with an overall length exceeding 21m and up to 26m, or a mass exceeding 50 tonnes, as authorised through the National Class 2 B-double Authorisation Notice 2019. The accessibility on the roads and bridges has been divided into 3 categories: Approved, Conditionally Approved and Restricted.
AIP Infrastructure (PWS)
Date:
26-11-2018
The location of built assets that are subject to the Asset Inspection Program (AIP) as depicted in the PWS Asset Management System (AMS). These assets require varying levels of engineering assessments (level 1 to 3). Affected assets are usually elevated structures with fall heights, such as pedestrian bridges, boardwalks, raised helipads, jetties and viewing platforms, also significant safety ...
Aviation Structures (PWS)
Date:
26-11-2018
The location of infrastructure associated with aviation facilities such as helipads, helispots, helibases, airstrips, landing grounds and associated infrastructure such as ground to air markers and windsocks as depicted in the PWS Asset Management System (AMS). The majority of included features are owned and/or managed by PWS, although some that are of strategic interest to PWS are also included. ...
Basic Visitor Facilities (PWS)
Date:
26-11-2018
The location of simple visitor facilities such as bbq, bike stands, fee collection boxes, picnic tables, playgrounds, seating, waste and rubbish bins, plaques, monuments, artwork, sculptures, graves, slamon course, recreation grounds and swimming pools as depicted in the PWS Asset Management System (AMS). Infrastructure is on reserved and crown land. View Dataset (permission ...
Building Footprints - Launceston City Council Detail Survey Database
Date:
28-06-2002
The Building Footprint dataset forms part of the Launceston City Council Detail Survey Database (LCC DSDB). The purpose of this dataset is to give a general indication of building locations within the urban areas of the Launceston municipality. The data has been compiled over a number of years using mainly hand digitised 1:500 Detail Survey sheets drawn from field survey and subsequent field ...
Buildings (PWS)
Date:
26-11-2018
The location of constructed and in use buildings such as administration offices, amenity facilities (toilet blocks), picnic huts, day visitor shelters, information booths, garages, sheds, stores for fuel/supplies, workshops, public and private accommodation, staff housing/quarters, visitor centres, vacant buildings, walker huts and emergency shelters as depicted in the PWS Asset Management System ...
Bus Routes - Long distance & non-metro school services
Date:
14-04-2015
The Bus Route layer represents the trips for all non-urban government contracted services in Tasmania. The routes include long distance general access bus services and non-metro school services. Morning, afternoon, active and archived routes are recorded. The Department of State Growth uses these routes to manage bus contracts, timetables and support the transport concession program & concession ...
Bus Stops - Long distance & student services
Date:
14-04-2015
Bus Stops records the locations for non-Metro contracted bus service stops in Tasmania. The stops are captured for all school student and long-distance bus services. The Department of State Growth uses these stops to manage contracts and associated timetabling.
Bus Zones - Urban areas
Date:
20-04-2015
Urban Bus Zones depict the urban-rural interface of population centres in Tasmania for the purpose of management of bus fares and government contracted bus services. Only those population centres (towns and cities) with contracted bus services were captured.