Petition about large tourist buses
The Battery Point Community Association is proposing the following petition to the Hobart City Council. Residents and those interested in the historic fabric of Battery Point are invited to sign.
The impact of diesel fumes from large tourist buses on the health of residents and visitors to Battery Point.
The impact of large tourist buses on the historic fabric of Battery Point.
Action sought by the petitioners
It is requested that the Hobart City Council ban all diesel tourist buses and those with a carrying capacity greater than twenty people from travelling through the historic suburb of Battery Point.
Impact of tourist buses
This petition is now closed.
Data Final: Sep 17, 2023
Signatures collected: 20
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