More than $55 million will be spent on road works between Hobart and Sorell in the next term of a re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government.
The Hodgman Government’s vision to improve traffic flow between Hobart and Sorell and the Southern Beaches will be a game-changer for residents in the state’s south-east.
With our economy booming and the population rate growing, more and more people are hitting the roads and commuting between Hobart and Sorell.
While this is great news for the economy, we know that our road infrastructure must be upgraded to ensure residents are able to get home quicker and spend more time with their families.
The projects identified by a re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government are part of an eight-year vision to improve the liveability for residents in Sorell and the Southern Beaches, including the construction of a Southern Sorell bypass.
This project will mean residents in the Southern Beaches will be able to avoid travelling through the crowded Sorell township, instead directly connecting the Arthur Highway to the Southern Beaches or Tasman Peninsula.
Work will begin in the next term of a re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government, with the estimated final cost to be around $9 million.
To be clear, this vision will only happen under a majority Hodgman Liberal Government.
Another Labor-Green minority Government will trash the Budget, abandon the people in the state’s south east and let our roads crumble, just like they did when last in Government.
Only a majority Liberal Government has a vision for Sorell and the Southern Beaches, and if re-elected we will deliver it.