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Traffic Managment Plan Design

All TMPs (Traffic Management Plans) submitted for approval to the Local Roading Authority must be prepared by a Waka Kotahi (NZTA) Approved TTM Planner.


Currently, once a Traffic Management Plan has been designed and submitted, the Local Roading Authority will take a minimum of five working days to approve the plan.

Traffic management Plans are required if you have a workplace with a high volume of traffic, and can help you communicate how you are managing traffic risks in your workplace.

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A TMP may include details of...

  • The desired flow of pedestrian and vehicle movements.

  • The expected frequency of interaction of vehicles and pedestrians.

  • Illustrations of the layout of barriers, walkways, signs and general arrangements to warn and guide traffic around, past, or through a work site or temporary hazard.

  • How short term, mobile work and complex traffic situations will be managed.

A TMP could also set out...

  • Responsibilities of people managing traffic in the workplace.

  • Responsibilities of people expected to interact with traffic in the workplace, and instructions or procedures for controlling traffic including in an emergency.

  • Traffic Management Plans (TMPs) may be simple and take a few hours to prepare, or they may take weeks to prepare in consultation with experienced Temporary Traffic Management Technicians

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For all your Traffic Management

Plans, contact Men at Work now

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