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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 ...
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 ...
Height clearance under overhead structures
Date:
31-08-2019
This map shows signposted height clearance signs of overhead structures on arterial roads on Tasmania's road network. This dataset indicates safe clearance between the road surface and overhead structures and is intended to be a planning tool to assist heavy vehicle operators and drivers to plan their routes. It is important to note that (i) other low clearance items, that may be present on the ...
Higher Mass Limit - Accessible Roads
Date:
14-08-2014
This is the Tasmanian road network that has been assessed for Class 2 Heavy Vehicles operating with axle groups loaded to Higher Mass Limits (HML), as authorised through the Tasmania Higher Mass Limits Declaration 2016. The accessibility on the roads and bridges has been divided into 3 categories: Approved, Conditionally Approved and Restricted.
Increased Mass Limit - Accessible Roads
Date:
30-08-2019
This is the Tasmanian road network that has been assessed for Class 3 Truck and Dog Trailer Heavy Vehicle combinations operating at increased mass limits, as authorised through the Tasmania Class 3 Heavy Vehicle Truck and Dog Trailer Combination (Increased Mass Limits) Mass Exemption Notice 2019. The accessibility on the roads and bridges has been divided into 3 categories: Approved, ...
Limited Access Roads (Proclaimed)
Date:
05-06-2017
This dataset indicates parts of the State road network that are subject to declarations of Limited Access. The information used to define this has been obtained from current proclamations of Limited Access made in accordance with Part IVA section 52A of the Roads and Jetties Act 1935. The main purpose of declaring a State road to be a Limited Access road is to enhance road safety and ...
LIST Address Points
Date:
09-09-2011
The LIST Address Points contains the authoritative geocoded address points for properties in Tasmania which have been allocated a street number component. For urban properties and rural addressed properties with an area of 1 hectare or less, the address point will correspond to the property centroid. For rural addressed properties with an area greater than 1 hectare, the address point will be ...
LIST Boundary Segment
Date:
09-09-2011
The LIST Boundary Segment is a straight line, arc, topographic feature, meridian or parallel that is used to build the various polygon datasets derived from the LIST CadArea (Cadastral Area) table within The LIST Cadastral Datamodel. This dataset is not intended to be used independently of LIST Cadastral datasets but may be of use in conjunction with these to ascertain the origin of a line or ...