We hold 20+ years of long-term partnerships with both public and private institutions, offering an integrated suite of traffic and transport engineering services.
Our traffic team has a proven track record in providing engineering studies and investigations for hospitals, educational facilities, public institutions, shopping centres, residential developments, town centres, transport hubs, and industrial sites.
No matter the project size, type, or complexity, our engineers focus on delivering high-quality advice and sound solutions. We bring creativity and innovation to your project from planning through to design and implementation.
We deliver an integrated suite of traffic and transport engineering services; audits, planning and management, modelling, transport infrastructure and transport economics.
Traffic Impact Assessments (TIA)
TTW provides thorough documentation and reporting to accompany development applications and satisfy authority requirements.
We have extensive experience in preparing the reporting and documentation that provides the approval authority with all the information and analysis to consider the project favourably.
Projects range from individual residential housing at local council level, through to State Significant Development Applications for hospitals and schools.
Inefficient and poorly-planned intersection configurations frustrate both authorities and roads users. Our engineers utilise SIDRA (intersection modelling software) to identify issues before they occur, or to resolve existing problems on the road network.
Our methodology compares and reviews alternative treatments (including signals, roundabouts, and give way/ stop controls) for single intersections or local networks, advising the optimal solution to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow.
Road Safety Audits
At any stage in a project from concept to completion, our qualified road safety auditors provide expert insights to
minimise risk and provide a safer environment for the end user.
Our road safety audits can identify issues related to sight distance, road geometry, lighting, and pedestrian-vehicular conflicts.
During the design process, our engineers can assist in the development of car parks, loading docks and access points
to improve and optimise the design.
Detailed vehicle analysis ensures that swept paths and vertical geometries are not only compliant but tailored to serve the users of the site.
Construction Traffic Management Plans
Our expert engineers work closely with clients to develop plans for managing traffic and mitigating disruption during on site works, with an aim to minimise risk, delays, and inconvenience to users.
We investigate all elements of the construction process including site access controls, construction vehicle management, and local traffic impacts.
Our team will develop a specific Construction Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) that meets local government requirements and assists the builder with demolition plans and construction. Traffic Control Plans (TCP) can be prepared when required.
Sustainable Transport Plans
As our cities are becoming more congested, therefore, transport strategies can assist in reducing car volumes. Public transport, walking, and cycling are often a good alternative for users while providing health and congestion benefits.
Our TTW Traffic team can provide a variety of purpose-built planning and operational documents, including Green Travel Plans and Transport Access Guides. We provide consultation with local authorities to gain access to improved services and infrastructure.
A new public school opened its doors at the former Ryde High School site for up to 1,000 students and 70 staff, with 43 learning spaces including three special education classrooms and the refurbishment of existing & construction of new car parking facilities for 47 spaces. The school site is complex, located away from the…See project details
A major new extension to the Wyong Campus required a new site masterplan, looking at options for substantial new car parking, new clinical / ward buildings and services upgrades. Investigations were required into various site locations and road networks. Considerations include the distance of travel due to the spread-out site, mine subsidence requirements and transport…See project details
The Campbelltown hospital car park expansion comprises a seven storey car park and three at grade car parks. The works were completed as part of the redevelopment at Campbelltown Hospital to meet the changing and increasing healthcare needs of the growing Macarthur community. The tight programme of the redevelopment combined with specific staging requirements and…See project details
Shore Physical Education Centre is the largest building project in the history of the school. The project consists of four-storey building with pool hall with 50m pool, large double-height space gymnasium, sports hall with an additional three basketball courts adjoining to an existing court in the adjacent existing building, surrounding grandstand tiered seating for each…See project details
Officially opened in 1941, the Australian War Memorial is an iconic building of national significance. More than one million people visit the Memorial every year to honour the members’ service. The time has come to modernise and expand the galleries and buildings to tell the continuing story of Australia’s contemporary contribution. Experts in Public and…See project details
Located at 500m from Norwest Metro station, the Esplanade development features two mixed-use, lakefront 20-storey towers reaching a maximum height of 65m. The site includes a ground floor waterfront restaurant and retail precinct, three levels of offices, a large landscaped podium including outdoor cinema, pool and gym facilities, 267 apartments with a total of 654…See project details
West Hotel is Australia’s first Curio Collection by Hilton hotel. This new boutique hotel features a unique steel atrium canopy and a striking geometric Façade. The building’s location – with an existing office building on the north side, and a heritage pub on the south – brings inherent complexities for the engineering team. Additional challenges…See project details
Engineered by TTW and designed by Grimshaw, the new facility provides a new home for cutting-edge research and education in the development of sustainable and functional materials for modern engineering applications. The 23,500sqm building consists of 9 levels, enveloped by a high performance glass Façade with glass reinforced concrete masonry blades, which provides solar shading.…See project details
Targeting a 5 star Green Star rating and an A-Grade Office Design, ‘Workshop’ is Milligan Group’s visionary new business hub featuring flexible, light-filled open plan office space; abundant natural light; childcare; first-class end-of-trip facilities, retail and a gym. The new 7 storey includes unique design features such as a large 15m span open plan office…See project details