Traffic Control Management is the design, auditing and implementation of traffic control plans at worksites and civil infrastructure projects. Traffic Management can include: flagging, lane closures, detours, full freeway closures, pedestrian access, traffic plans, traffic management vehicles and sidewalk closures.
Traffic Management refers to the combination of measures that serve to preserve traffic capacity and improve the security, safety and reliability of the overall road transport system. These measures make use of ITS systems, services and projects in day-to-day operations that impact on road network performance.
Central to this approach is the development and integration of a set of traffic management measures appropriate to the local and regional requirements – and to achieve this through a planning process that makes use of systems engineering, standardisation and documentation, and performance management.
The emergence of ITS in the field of traffic control has enabled a number of new concepts to be applied in the framework of innovative operational systems. Examples include bus and tram priority, and pollution monitoring. These features are starting to be deployed amongst established traffic management systems.
When traffic control systems have been found to reach their limits and where adding capacity or new building of road infrastructure is not feasible, further measures may become necessary. These may include restrictions on the free use of individual vehicles through Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) or a Congestion Charge
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