Bike Futures Hobart 2017

Bike Futures is Bicycle Network’s annual conference for engineers, planners, designers, health professionals, and decision-makers – in fact, anyone who has an interest in making Tasmania’s urban centres more livable and people-friendly.

Bike Futures Hobart is a free event, held on Thursday 9 March, 2017.

This year we are again supported by the Tasmanian Department of State Growth and we welcome two new partners – the University of Tasmania and the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management.

Hobart is in the midst of building a new transport strategy, congestion has become an issue, and the University of Tasmania’s shift to the CBD will have a profound effect on the economy and the vibrancy of the city – and how we move around.

Our speakers are all innovators in their fields:

  • Transport consultant, Steven Burgess,
  • Victoria's City of Yarra Bicycle Strategy Project Manager, Alistair McDonald,
  • Devonport Engineer, Randell Scott,
  • Hobart Transport Engineer, Stuart Baird. 


When: 9am-4:30pm, Thursday 9 March, 2017
Where: UTAS Domain House on the Queen’s Domain and Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies on Hobart’s waterfront.
Cost: It's FREE to attend, thanks to support from the Tasmanian State Government
How to register: RSVP via email to Bicycle Network’s Tasmanian adviser Garry Bailey at [email protected]
Schedule and speakers Click here for full program and list of speakers

 Full details are here, including the downloadable program and information pack.



March 09, 2017 at 9:00am - 4:30pm
Domain House
Aberdeen St
Glebe, Tasmania 7000
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