When Do I Need a Traffic Management Plan (TMP)?

Managing traffic on Australia’s roads during construction works, roadworks and other major projects is required to keep everyone safe and keep risk to a minimum. Ensuring that vehicles, pedestrians, workers and members of the public are able to safely share a space, a traffic control plan is a key element that is needed in many […]

Why Construction Site Traffic Management Is Necessary

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Before COVID-19, Victoria’s engineering construction rose by 13.4 percent to become a $490 million industry. There are also many projects slated for the coming months and years to help lead the state out of the economic crisis the pandemic caused. With the volume of registered vehicles passing the five million mark in 2019, there is […]

The Benefits of Swept Path Analysis Software

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If you’re a transportation engineer, traffic planner or civil engineer working on projects involving vehicle access checks, clearances and swept path manoeuvres, then Swept Path Analysis Software is for you. Swept Path provides the most accurate results available in the industry. It provides you with an analysis of all vehicles that can enter your site […]

What Does a Traffic Management Planner do?

What does a traffic management planner do?

Traffic planners are responsible for coordinating and implementing traffic control plans on public and private roads, job and construction areas, and anywhere there is potential for vehicle and pedestrian collisions. This person is tasked with assessing the current situation, identifying potential problems and developing solutions to address these issues. They also have to consider how […]

What Goes into Traffic Management Planning?

Any project that impacts local streets and roads needs to be designed and managed correctly to ensure the safety of workers, motorists and pedestrians. That is where traffic management planning comes into play. Whether you are commencing a new construction project, upgrading an existing shopping centre or holding an event that impacts roads, it is […]

Equipment Needed for Traffic Control and Management

Whether you are completing a construction project or holding an event, any operation that will change traffic conditions needs to be managed appropriately for safety. Our expert team can assist you with comprehensive traffic management plans (TMPs) that include full risk assessment and site management, as well as permits and approvals to ensure your project […]

Why traffic management is necessary

Before COVID-19, Victoria’s engineering construction rose by 13.4 per cent to become a $490 million industry. There are also many projects slated for the coming months and years to help lead the state out of the economic crisis the pandemic caused. With the volume of registered vehicles passing the five million mark in 2019, that […]

What is a pedestrian management plan?

Preparing a traffic management plan (TMP) is essential for any construction project to ensure the safety of all workers at the job site. They’re also hugely important for maintaining  the safety of pedestrians and motorists across the general public. Within these outlines, risk assessment needs to be conducted to find out what could cause harm. […]

Everything you Need to Know about the Permits and Approvals Process

Some necessary permits and approvals need to be met with most construction or building projects. These processes can sometimes be complicated, but compliance is essential, or fines or other penalties may apply. The planning and approvals process can be frustrating, but The Traffic Plans Company is here to guide you through each step. We’ll simplify […]

Enforcing Forklift Safety Procedures with a Traffic Management Plan

When some people think of a traffic management plan, they tend to think about strategies to prevent vehicles and people from colliding with each and causing injury. But what about machinery? Forklifts are a common item of machinery that is used on a range of job sites. But because they can weigh over 4 tonnes, […]