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Incidents on Work Sites

Road construction and repair, and traffic control for special events, are important for the safety of drivers and pedestrians alike. Without these key services, the infrastructure we all use daily would fall into disrepair, causing major hazards both on and off the road. Just like any worksite it is important to keep traffic control and

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Road Safety 101

Australians are pretty safe drivers most of the time — we obey the road rules and watch out for hazards because we know how important it is to be smart on the roads. But we definitely could be doing better. Road accident numbers are starting to creep up compared to 2015 and dangerous, sometimes deadly,

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Keeping You Safe

Busy construction sites and road users can be a hazardous combination, which is why government authorities and large construction companies manage the risks by employing Road Traffic Management specialists to keep things on the move in a safe and controlled environment. Road Traffic Management is a complex business Let’s face it, everyone’s in a hurry

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Traffic Controllers – Who We Are

A Traffic Controller is a trained and experienced person who manages the effective flow of vehicle traffic & pedestrians through worksites. Traffic Controllers use a range of specialised signs, equipment and electronic devices to advise road users of changed road conditions and potential hazards that might be present whilst they make their way through the

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How to: Keep Your Kids Safe on the Road

Children are the most vulnerable road users and could easily be at risk of serious road accidents and injuries, without proper adult supervision. No matter how sensible they are, children under ten years old should never be allowed on roads unsupervised. With school holidays on the horizon there’s never been a better time to teach

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Metronet Rail Line Update

Metronet is an exciting long-term project that signals Perth’s steady population boom. Rail line extensions focussed in Perth’s north-eastern corridor will connect outlying suburbs and cater for a population set to double in the 25 years to 2031, exceeding 415,000 people. As part of the mammoth multi-year State Government project, several new stations will be

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Our Traffic Control Officers are one of the key factors in WARP Traffic Managements success. All our staff are MRWA accredited and extensively trained by WARP Training with a substantial number holding Advanced Worksite Traffic Management tickets.