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WARP Group – Traffic Controller Requirements

Traffic Controller Requirements for Safe and Productive Sites Compared to normal road operations, roadwork sites are particularly hazardous for all road users. Traffic controllers provide traffic control services for personal safety, public convenience and job management when signs and roadwork devices are insufficient. Traffic controllers are critical to productivity, safety and success on roadwork sites. As frontline representatives of organisations,...

Traffic Management for Works on Roads – Code of Practice March 2018

Safe and Effective Works and Event Traffic Management in Perth When it comes to event traffic management and traffic control, safety and effectiveness are our top two priorities. As Perth’s trusted traffic management professionals, WARP Group provides an extensive range of high-quality traffic control courses and services centred on maintaining the strict safety standards set out in the MRWA’s Code...

Traffic Control in a Smart City

How long do you think you should spend commuting to and from work? Ten minutes? Forty-five minutes? In March 2016, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unveiled his vision for Smart Cities, which involved plans for “30-minute cities”, where people would take no longer than 30 minutes to commute to work each day. But how can traffic be controlled to achieve...

Smart Traffic Management

Technology dominates the best part of our lives, from our smartphones to our home appliances that can be controlled via an app, so it was only a matter of time before it became a part of the transportation and traffic system too. So how has technology impacted the way we commute every day?   Intelligent Transport in 2017 Welcome to 2017, where...

Traffic Control Equipment – A Breakdown

When it comes to events that may disrupt the usual flow of traffic, roadwork that requires traffic diversion or even just general day-to-day traffic control, having the right tools is essential. Effective traffic management relies on planning, strategy and many different pieces of equipment. But what exactly are these pieces of signage, what do they mean and how are...

Maybe It’s Time For A Career Change

Are you sick of feeling bored at work? Or feel like your current job isn’t really leading to anything? Do you want something that is a little more exciting and has a real impact on the community? Then perhaps it is time for you to consider a career in traffic control. This blog discusses Perth’s current job market, what it...

Ensuring a Smooth Event with Quality Traffic Management

For any large event or construction project to run smoothly, traffic flow management is absolutely essential and should never be taken lightly. Effective traffic management is the correct combination of signs, human resources and adequate planning, which WARP Group has perfected through experience over the years. We’ve outlined the importance of each of the components of traffic management below. Traffic...

Traffic Management: What’s to It?

There’s an abundance of reasons why you or your business may require traffic management. Whether it be road works, construction or an event, WARP has your back, WARP understands partnership. At WARP, we know traffic management is not a guessing game. It can take out of the box thinking and novel design to deliver consistent solutions to our expanding...

Driverless Vehicles

Driverless vehicles are hitting the road in countries all around the world. It won't be long before your taxi will pull up with nobody inside, trucks will drive themselves across the country, and your morning commute on public transport will be passengers only. The autonomous vehicle industry is booming and it means exciting changes for Australian passengers and businesses alike....

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 work site it is important to keep traffic control and road repair sites safe...