Ml Traffic Engineers Pty Ltd

Ml Traffic Engineers Pty Ltd
Ml Traffic Engineers Pty Ltd
Engineering services-BROOKLYN PARK, SA
Engineering Services-Brooklyn Park, SA
ML Traffic Engineers Pty Ltd – established transport planning, traffic engineering and traffic management consultants (in its 10th year of operation), with expert witness experience at plann..
283 to 287 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park, SA, 5032.
283 to 287 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park..
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ML Traffic Engineers Pty Ltd – established transport planning, traffic engineering and traffic management consultants (in its 10th year of operation), with expert witness experience at planning court / planning tribunal hearings, servicing Australia (all states and territories). We prepare traffic and parking impact assessment reports to support planning applications, often referred to simply as a traffic report, traffic study, assessment by a suitably qualified traffic engineer or traffic management report to address site specific operational and/or safety concerns. We prepare construction traffic management plans (CTMP) to AS1742.3, being an accredited NSW RTA provider. We certify access, car parking and site servicing layouts to AS2890.1 and AS2890.2, as per NPER and RPEQ requirements. We prepare Green Travel Plans to set frameworks in place to achieve targeted shifts to non-car based modes of transport over time. We prepare swept path diagrams using AutoTURN. A requirement of planning approval may include the ability of the design vehicle to enter the site, internally manoeuvre and exit the site in a forward direction. We have templates for cars (B85 and B99 dimensioned), rigid trucks (small, medium and heavy) and articulated vehicles (semi-trailers and B-doubles). We assess and provide design input into access, parking, on-site vehicle manoeuvrability and site servicing layouts to the requirements of AS 2890.1 and AS 2890.2. Common issues include sight-lines to pedestrians (vertical and horizontal) on the footpath and vehicles on the frontage road, appropriate ramp grades and transitions, vertical clearance at sag grade transitions, turning circles at changes of direction, access into car spaces from sub-standard width access ways, column setbacks, ramp widths and queuing space (inbound and outbound). We are able to illustrate the required changes in CAD - to reduce time required by the architect or building designer to incorporate in their plans. We prepare concept plans of pedestrian crossings, intersection layouts as per Austroads Guide to Road Design Part 4A, functional layout plans of access driveways and parking spaces, lighting plans for public car parks and signage and line-marking plans associated with traffic management schemes. We support architects, lawyers, town planners, surveyors, builders, business operators / owners and individuals. We assist Councils and Road Authorities with peer reviews of other parties' traffic engineering related submissions. We consider subtle variations that may exist between different state road and local government authorities. Every assessment considers relevant local planning context. We understand the conflicting requirement between access and internal vehicle maneuverability (council) and traffic flow (the road authority). We provide hands-on approach to every one of our projects. With each key senior staff having between 20 and 25 years' experience, we are confident in being able to provide constructive input on traffic engineering matters from feasibility stages, right through to planning application submissions and, where circumstances dictate, provide expert witness representation at planning court / tribunal hearings. Senior staff members are involved in every project. Our consultants are generally qualified in civil engineering, geography or urban planning. We are experienced with every conceivable land-use that may trigger the need for a traffic impact assessment -– apartments, bars, car washes, cafes / restaurants, child care centres, catteries / dog kennels, community centres, fitness centres / gymnasiums, galleries, drive-through premises (fast food, coffee, alcohol sales), hotels (accommodation) / motels, industrial units, industrial subdivision, licensed premises (gaming hall, tavern), medical centres, mine-site traffic management, mixed-use sites (residential and commercial), night clubs, offices, places of worship, recreational facilities, residential subdivisions, residential master plans, school master plans, shops, shopping centre developments, supermarkets, tuition centres and warehouses.
ML Traffic Engineers Pty Ltd – established transport planning, traffic engineering and traffic management consultants (in its 10th year of operation), with expert witness experience at planning court / planning tribunal hearings, servicing Australia (all states and territories). We prepare traffic and parking impact assessment reports to support planning applications, often referred to simply as a traffic report, traffic study, assessment by a suitably qualified traffic engineer or traffic management report to address site specific operational and/or safety concerns.  We prepare construction traffic management plans (CTMP) to AS1742.3, being an accredited NSW RTA provider.  We certify access, car parking and site servicing layouts to AS2890.1 and AS2890.2, as per NPER and RPEQ requirements.  We prepare Green Travel Plans to set frameworks in place to achieve targeted shifts to non-car based modes of transport over time.

We prepare swept path diagrams using AutoTURN.  A requirement of planning approval may include the ability of the design vehicle to enter the site, internally manoeuvre and exit the site in a forward direction.  We have templates for cars (B85 and B99 dimensioned), rigid trucks (small, medium and heavy) and articulated vehicles (semi-trailers and B-doubles).  We assess and provide design input into access, parking, on-site vehicle manoeuvrability and site servicing layouts to the requirements of AS 2890.1 and AS 2890.2. Common issues include sight-lines to pedestrians (vertical and horizontal) on the footpath and vehicles on the frontage road, appropriate ramp grades and transitions, vertical clearance at sag grade transitions, turning circles at changes of direction, access into car spaces from sub-standard width access ways, column setbacks, ramp widths and queuing space (inbound and outbound). We are able to illustrate the required changes in CAD - to reduce time required by the architect or building designer to incorporate in their plans.

We prepare concept plans of pedestrian crossings, intersection layouts as per Austroads Guide to Road Design Part 4A, functional layout plans of access driveways and parking spaces, lighting plans for public car parks and signage and line-marking plans associated with traffic management schemes.

We support architects, lawyers, town planners, surveyors, builders, business operators / owners and individuals. We assist Councils and Road Authorities with peer reviews of other parties' traffic engineering related submissions. We consider subtle variations that may exist between different state road and local government authorities. Every assessment considers relevant local planning context.  We understand the conflicting requirement between access and internal vehicle maneuverability (council) and traffic flow (the road authority).

We provide hands-on approach to every one of our projects.  With each key senior staff having between 20 and 25 years' experience, we are confident in being able to provide constructive input on traffic engineering matters from feasibility stages, right through to planning application submissions and, where circumstances dictate, provide expert witness representation at planning court / tribunal hearings. Senior staff members are involved in every project.  Our consultants are generally qualified in civil engineering, geography or urban planning.

We are experienced with every conceivable land-use that may trigger the need for a traffic impact assessment -– apartments, bars, car washes, cafes / restaurants, child care centres, catteries / dog kennels, community centres, fitness centres / gymnasiums, galleries, drive-through premises (fast food, coffee, alcohol sales), hotels (accommodation) / motels, industrial units, industrial subdivision, licensed premises (gaming hall, tavern), medical centres, mine-site traffic management, mixed-use sites (residential and commercial), night clubs, offices, places of worship, recreational facilities, residential subdivisions, residential master plans, school master plans, shops, shopping centre developments, supermarkets, tuition centres and warehouses.
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