Traffic Control

No matter the size or complexity of your project, East Coast Traffic Control have the experience and staff to get the job done efficiently and on-budget for your company.

We hire locally, hire well, and have depots across multiple regional locations, as well as access to air transportation for hard to reach places or last-minute projects. Our large fleet of vehicles and highly qualified team can fulfil clients needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our project response time, communication, and strong focus on people is what East Coast Traffic Control are known for across regional Queensland and New South Wales. We endeavour to prove this on every project, every day.

Our traffic control team have built a strong reputation for professionalism, and for consistently delivering quality and safe traffic services both as a unit and individually. Many of our controllers are specifically requested by clients’ for projects due to their reputation in the industry.

All Traffic Controllers undergo accredited training and hold all compulsory cards/licences. The majority of our traffic controllers also hold a TMI (level 2) ticket. All Traffic Controllers have to complete the refresher training every three (3) years, and consistently meet MUTCD requirements, ensuring East Coast Traffic Control maintain a constant supply of skilled staff. 

Our range of expertise includes construction works including utilities, roads, council projects, environmental testing and waste removal, events, and traffic control equipment hire.

We have Operations Managers in all Depots. They are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, with the capability to deploy teams of Traffic Controllers within 30 minutes in the case of emergencies (T&C’s apply). We also have the capability to move staff and vehicles at minimum notice between locations in the event of a natural disaster.

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How do you know how many Traffic Controllers you will need for your upcoming job?

  • Actual location may need an extra Traffic Controller. If it's a long way out of town, it is much easier to have an extra Traffic Controller than to try get someone extra out on site in a hurry.
  • This will determine what the Traffic Controllers will be required to do.
  • Depending on the actual duration of the job, volumes of traffic, and how long Traffic Controllers are expected to be on site, the following number of Traffic Controllers are suggested:

    • Straight Road Shoulder or Lane Closure: 2-3 Traffic Controllers
    • T Intersection: 3-4 Traffic Controllers
    • 4 Way or Roundabout: 4-5 Traffic Controllers

    Additional Traffic Controllers may be required for Side Roads / Streets near the work site.

  • Example: Hours, Days, Weeks, Months
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