Traffic Management

Traffic Management

Sometimes works on streets require temporary traffic management by means of:

 

  • Parking restrictions
  • Road or footway closure
  • Footpath closure

 

Footpaths forms either part of a road usually referred to as pavement. Contractors must always provide a means of pedestrian access to properties adjoining the works. Pedestrian traffic will usually be diverted to the pavement on the opposite side of the road. If only one side of the road has a pavement, pedestrian traffic may have to be diverted onto the road with suitable traffic management provided.

 

However, before carrying out any of the above, the contractor must notify the Council for its approval.

 

CIPS’ qualified team have been trained in Traffic Management requirements for each state and if your project requires a plan one of our qualified team will happily put together the appropriate measures to ensure your project is completed safely and on time.