Convenient and Transparent Construction Traffic Management

Traveling anywhere in the world can be an eye-opener. Besides the culture, there is also the shock of seeing people and traffic up close as the locals would experience them daily. This is especially true of some places where you would think that there would be no traffic, like Hong Kong, Tokyo, Bangkok, or even in Rome. Traffic management is a broad topic for these cities. Sydney, however, is quite different. This may be because of their approach when it comes to traffic around construction sites.

traffic_management2For one, traffic management in most cities of the world is the responsibility of the local authorities. This is true for archeological sites in Rome, or near busy building construction sites in Hong Kong. In Sydney, vehicular traffic around construction sites is the responsibility of the construction firm. They have dedicated, trained and certified personnel whose sole responsibility is to control the vehicular traffic, as well as to ensure that pedestrians are safe from and not inconvenienced by the heavy equipment traffic.

This approach to traffic management means that there can be more personnel to assist private vehicles and the citizens. It also means that although the priority is to get the trucks and heavy equipment moving to and from the construction site, the safety of all concerned is safeguarded.

This is not to take away from how local governments in other parts of the world handle this particular problem. This works in Sydney, and the rest of Australia, not because there is less vehicular traffic. It works because the traffic personnel in Traffic Control Central West are certified and trained for the express purpose of allowing traffic to flow. They know how to do things, and they make sure that the rest of the populace is not inconvenienced.

For some cities in the world, traffic control plan is a centralized concept, where the traffic is monitored and re-routed if necessary. For Sydney, some parts of the plan are handled by the construction firm as earlier said, or contracted out to third parties. This spreads the job from a central center, and allows autonomous decision making for specific conditions. Moving materials, concrete mixers, cranes and other equipment around a construction site, or to and from a staging area can be like a well-choreographed dance. On the other hand, it can be a botched up traffic jam, where movement is measured in centimeters. Getting all this done, and without any mishap while inconveniencing no one. This is one task that is invisible to visitors.

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