Projects in the North and North-West of the state should be prioritised through the Tasmanian government's soon-to-be-detailed infrastructure program, the RACT says.
The organisation's members are urging for upgrades to the West Tamar and Bass highways to be accelerated.
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"Our members in the North are extremely concerned at the state of the West Tamar Highway," RACT executive general manager, membership and community Stacey Pennicott said.
"We're calling for upgrades north of Rosevears Drive to Gravelly Beach Road and between Atkinsons Road and Waldhom Drive, new overtaking opportunities between Exeter and the Batman Highway and improvements around Motor Road Junction."
"RACT members and the broader community are also very concerned about the notorious section of the Bass Highway near Boat Harbour.
"There have been some terrible accidents in the area in recent years and the community is rightly calling for work to be fast-tracked that would make that section of the highway safer. The government at least should look to bring forward roadworks to improve safety around the entrance to the Boat Harbour Primary School."