Our first Tasmanian road schematic, the Tasman Highway, starts at Hobart, then heads to Cambridge, crossing the River Derwent via the Tasman Bridge at the botanic gardens.
Along the route are landmarks for the cenotaph, a swim centre, the botanic gardens and the oddly named Tunnel Hill.
This schematic, for DIER in Tasmania, has footbridge overpasses and interchanges. It is a relatively simple schematic covering 9.5km of highway with no detailing on secondary roads and ramps. It has been developed for use in the STREAMS system.
We find schematics fascinating and have written a few previous posts…here's a selection:
- How to super size a road schematic
- Why schematics aren't maps
- Making of…road schematics
- Ipswich Hwy schematic and working within limits
- Road schematics in the news
- Bruce Hwy gets smarter
- Icons. The chorus line of context