Expert advice, smart solutions
The regulations that govern how to work in the road corridor are complex and change frequently. That’s where ProTraffic can help. Our planning team specialise in keeping up to date with all the rules and regulations that are issued to protect you and the public. Calling on our expertise makes it easy to work safely and effectively and get the job done.
CREATING A SMART TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN.
If you’re working in the road corridor you need to create a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) that shows how you plan to keep your team and the public safe, and the traffic moving. ProTraffic are experts in creating the paperwork you need to make it possible to work safely in the road corridor. Whatever activity you’re planning, we can help you to map out a smart solution with a Traffic Management Plan.
WORKING WITHIN THE ROAD CORRIDOR?
If you’re working on a project, repair, or event that impacts the road corridor, you need to inform your local authority and make sure you get the right permits before you start work. Working in the road corridor without permission could put the safety of your team or the public at risk. Our planning team are experts at understanding the regulations and considering the impact of your work on the flow of traffic. We can help you complete the Corridor Access Request paperwork quickly and efficiently, so you can get on with working in the road corridor.
supporting your business
ProTraffic is based in Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay, and we deliver Traffic Management Solutions for businesses and organisations of all types and sizes across New Zealand. Our customers rely on our expertise to ensure they comply with the latest regulations while we provide the safest solutions to get the job done. We’re the partner your business needs if you need to carry out work or run an event that impacts the road corridor.
THE RIGHT CONNECTIONS
ProTraffic understand the rules and regulations that govern working with traffic. We work with local authorities to define and plan Traffic Management projects every day. That makes it easy for us to help you to complete the necessary paperwork and find the most efficient and safe way to work in the road corridor..
THE BEST TEAM FOR THE JOB
Once you’ve received your Work Permit, we can supply a dedicated team of trained, friendly staff and high quality equipment to manage your project. We focus on the details so you don’t have to. Our number one priority is safety, so you can be confident that your job will be delivered to the highest standards and without incident.
Don’t let Traffic Management get in the way of doing business. Call ProTraffic today and we can help you keep your business moving.
Corridor Access Request
A Corridor Access Request (CAR) notifies the relevant local authority of your plans to work within the road corridor. It includes details of the work you’re planning to carry out, timings and dates, and a Traffic Management Plan. The Traffic Management Plan shows how you will manage the flow of traffic for maximum safety and minimum disruption during the time you are working within the road corridor.
If your local authority approves your Corridor Access Request they will issue your business with a Work Access Permit so you can carry out the work.
If your business plans to work anywhere within the boundaries of the road, or has an event or activity planned that may disrupt the flow of traffic within the boundaries of the road, you need to complete a Corridor Access Request.
ProTraffic makes it easy to submit your Corridor Access Request. We can manage the entire process or just share our expertise and help you to create a Traffic Management Plan.
Call us today and we’ll be happy to discuss what you’re planning, and how we can best support your business to make it easy to get the job done.
We work with local authorities every day to help our clients carry out work within the road corridor. That means we know who to contact, and what information they need to see in order to issue your business with a Work Access Permit.
Our area of expertise is understanding and keeping up to date with the rules and regulations that govern working on and around the roads of New Zealand. Failure to comply with these regulations is a Criminal Offence.
ProTraffic can help you to identify and outline the potential impact of your work, and create a Traffic Management Plan as part of your Corridor Access Request that will focus on safety and complying with all relevant regulations.
We have plenty of experience creating Corridor Access Requests for all sorts of businesses in a wide range of industries. If you’re not sure what’s involved you can be sure that we can help. Just tell us how we can make it easy for you and we will be happy to help you to get the job done.
Hire our Traffic Management team
Our team of trained, friendly Traffic Controllers and Site Traffic Management Supervisors are available to manage your work and give you the support you need. We can also supply a full range of equipment for hire so you have everything you need to deliver your Traffic Management Plan.
Traffic Management Plans
If you’re planning an activity that will vary the normal operating conditions of the road; you need to create a Traffic Management Plan (TMP).
A Traffic Management Plan outlines how your work will impact the road corridor, and how you plan to manage that impact in order to: comply with regulations; keep everyone safe; and minimise disruption. The authority responsible for the road corridor will need to view and approve your Traffic Management Plan before you can proceed.
Traffic Management is a highly regulated area and failure to comply with regulations is a criminal offence. ProTraffic can offer you the expertise, advice and equipment that you need to get the job done safely and keep your business moving.
If you need to urgently access the road corridor, ProTraffic can help you to ensure you do so safely and with the approval of the right authorities. We know what you need to do to carry out work in a safe and compliant manner and we have the right contacts to help you to get the job done.