Professional 24 hour traffic control for Melbourne emergenciesMarch 30, 2018
You don’t need to be an expert to know our state capital’s roads are getting busier. Unfortunately, when you have more people and more cars, it leads to more accidents.
That’s why STA Traffic Management Solutions offers 24 hour traffic control in Melbourne, with the call-out service providing professional traffic controllers around the clock, seven days a week, to help in emergency situations.
Our controllers have the experience and skills to help authorities ease congestion around accident sites, keeping motorists and emergency responders including paramedics safe from harm.
While crashes can cause serious injury and loss of life, they can also damage infrastructure including overhead power lines and underground assets. We have qualified and accredited electrical spotters in our team who can swiftly respond in such situations, helping workers to stay safe on the job as they focus on dealing with the emergency at hand.
Quality traffic control is a key part of any comprehensive incident response whenever there’s a crash on a road. Traffic stops or slows around the site and our 24 hour traffic control in Melbourne can play an important role in preventing secondary accidents, getting traffic to either flow safely past the crash at a manageable speed or detouring motorists along nearby roads. Having our controllers on site also adds a welcome layer of protection to a hectic accident scene, helping keep a wide range of emergency workers safe from moving vehicles.
With more than two decades of experience in traffic control, our staff are ready to tackle emergency call outs at any time of the day or night.
So if you want a professional organisation that you can trust to deliver the 24 hour traffic control Melbourne authorities need when crashes occur on our roads, contact us – STA Traffic Management Solutions.
Please don’t hesitate to call us for more information about the wide range of traffic management and control services we offer in Melbourne and further afield.