Burnie City Council has responsibility to manage the local road network within the municipality.
The Department of State Growth manage the Bass Highway, Mount Street and Ridgley Highway.
For a list of state highways and council roads (both sealed and unsealed) refer to The Council Map.
Council's Road Network Strategy provides a road management framework for effective use of resources and which supports economic activity and the linking of communities: Road Network Strategy(PDF, 560KB)
Visit Service Tasmania for information about:
- Tasmanian road rules and regulations
- Car registration
- Drivers' licences
- Metro bus services
If organisations require a road to be closed for an event (e.g. a Christmas Parade) or to place a street stall on the footpath (e.g. raffle or information), or perhaps a business or a resident has works to do outside of their property (e.g. painter or a builder, build a driveway) they will first need to lodge an application with council.
There are two types of permits:
Tasmanian Subdivision Guidelines and Standard Drawings provide municipal construction standards for use by subdivision developers, construction contractors, design/supervising engineers.
They can be accessed from the following Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) webpage: Engineering - Local Government Standards and Guidelines.