“Professional transport consultancy and traffic engineering services that deliver”
Civil & Property, the traffic engineering and traffic impact assessment specialists to assist with a change of use, new development, and redevelopment.
We are underpinned by key staff experienced in providing traffic engineering, traffic impact and parking impact assessment reports to assist with planning applications, often referred to simply as a traffic report, traffic study, engineering assessment by a suitably qualified traffic engineer or traffic management report to address site specific operational and/or safety concerns. We review and provide design input on access, car parking and site servicing layouts as per AS2890.1 and AS2890.2 requirements.
Parking layout design based on local government statutory requirements and/or AS290.1:2004.
- Site servicing layout design based on local government statutory requirements and/or AS2890.2:2002 and the dimensions of the nominated waste management contractor’s truck.
- Vehicle swept path assessments and compliance advice.
- Ground clearance diagrams.
- Traffic data collection – traffic volumes, parking beats, vehicle gaps and vehicle speeds.
- Parking shortfall assessments based on parking beat survey findings, shared use of off-site spaces over time, short and long term duration of stay (turnover) and accessibility to public transport services.
- Intersection performance assessment using SIDRA.
- Intersection performance assessment using gap analyses, at sites where traditional ‘black-box’ analyses do not accurately reflect site conditions.
- Traffic control plans and traffic management plans for roadworks and events.
- Parking management plans.
- Signage and line-marking plans.
- Traffic signal plans.
- Street lighting modelling and plans.
- Green travel plans – an increasingly common requirement for inner city municipalities where the parking impact exceeds a certain threshold.
- Main road site access feasibility assessments.
- Intersection functional layout plans as per Austroads Guide to Road Design Part 4A.
- RPEQ traffic engineering reports.