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Ballarat traffic management important for planned road upgrades

June 25, 2016

Ballarat traffic management plans are a vital part of the planned upgrades to the regional city’s roads over the next 25 years. Ballarat, with a population nudging 100,000 people, is an important regional town that’s growing bigger every year. And with those new residents comes a need for new infrastructure including roads. With new roads…

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Melbourne road traffic control supports roadworks, 365 days a year

May 25, 2016

As Victoria’s capital, Melbourne is a complex network of local streets, arterial roads and major highways. And that network is always evolving, with upgrades and new infrastructure constantly changing the face of this vibrant city every year. While improvements are positive, roadworks bring their own set of safety challenges that require the help of experts…

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Traffic equipment hire for Ballarat’s road projects

April 29, 2016

Ballarat’s population is on the rise, triggering a continual need to upgrade the city’s roads to meet increased demand. And when you extend roads, upgrade them or create new ones, safety must come first during the construction process. That’s where STA Traffic Management Solutions can help, offering quality traffic equipment hire in Ballarat to cover…

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Traffic management plans in Victoria

March 31, 2016

When you need traffic management plans in Victoria, call on STA Traffic Management Solutions to deliver a quality result. Comprehensive plans are a safety necessity. While some companies simply go through the motions to satisfy permit requirements, we know the lives of workers, motorists and pedestrians depend on their effectiveness. And we put a lot…

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Traffic control for events across Victoria

February 29, 2016

It doesn’t matter where you are in this great state, there’ll be major events happening that draw a huge crowd. And that means careful traffic control measures must be in place to keep these activities on Victoria’s events calendar safe for everyone. Victoria is bursting with exciting events. From the state’s capital to regional cities,…

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Keep safe with Victoria electrical spotters

January 28, 2016

While the New Year brings new projects, the need for safe conditions on site remains unchanged. So keep your workers in Victoria protected on site by having quality electrical spotters on hand. Let’s face it, all employers want their staff to return home safely to family and friends at the end of the working day,…

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Compliance a key to quality traffic management across Victoria

December 22, 2015

Before you select a company to handle the important task of traffic management for your project in Victoria, you need to be sure the staff are suitably qualified and the business fully compliant with all relevant standards. Managing traffic on and around Victoria’s roads during projects including major roadworks is all about keeping people safe…

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Road traffic control for Melbourne events

November 30, 2015

Melbourne is an undisputed sporting capital. It is home to the mighty MCG, the Australian Open and plenty of other grand venues and popular events. Combine those sporting spectaculars with summer and it’s time to roll out the welcome mat and ready your Melbourne road traffic control measures, because the hordes are getting ready to…

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Preparing Melbourne traffic management plans for 2016 projects

October 29, 2015

The New Year is looming large and now’s the time to focus on securing Melbourne traffic management plans for projects earmarked for 2016. Perhaps you have road projects in the works or a major construction job set to take place beside a busy street or highway. They’ll require precise traffic management to ensure safety for…

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Traffic management leaders in Victoria

September 23, 2015

When it comes to traffic management across Victoria, you want the best on the job for your project. It’s pretty obvious that road traffic, workers and pedestrians mixed together in close proximity to each other can be a potential disaster waiting to happen unless there are specialists charged with keeping the situation safe. And that’s…

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