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30 June 2017

Another successful Financial year

We created strong brand recognition and extended a loyal customer base. Traffic Engineering Centre is further growing its business by expanding in areas of forensic traffic collision investigations, and traffic/transport related site design projects.

We would like to use this occasion to thank our dear clients, without whom all this would not be possible. We continue to measure our success based on our clients' satisfaction, and live by the motto "Our clients are our partners".

We would also like to thank our team members and friends, for doing something we are all really proud of, and for helping Traffic Engineering Centre to become a company of value, rather than just a company of success.

29 June 2017

Ongoing support to Youth off The Street

Traffic Engineering Centre continues to donate to the Youth Off the Street, thus supporting their hard work across Western Sydney to help the young people and families that need it most.

One of the biggest issues is hidden homelessness, those who aren’t’ sleeping on the streets but don’t have a place to go home to every night.

27 June 2017

The Northern Road Upgrade Stage 6, between Easton Road and Littlefields Road, in Luddenham, NSW

The Australian and NSW governments are upgrading The Northern Road as part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan (WSIP), a 10 year, $3.6 billion road investment program.

Roads and Maritime Services is upgrading around 35 kilometres of The Northern Road between The Old Northern Road, Narellan and Jamison Road, South Penrith from a generally two to four lane undivided road to a six to eight lane divided road.

The Northern Road Upgrade will deliver new and upgraded roads to support integrated transport in the region and capitalise on the economic benefits from developing the Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek. The Upgrade will also provide one of the main arterial transport corridors for the South West Priority Growth Area and the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area. The Northern Road Upgrade will improve safety, increase road capacity and reduce congestion and travel times in the future.

Traffic Engineering Centre was engaged by Mott MacDonald, and, subsequently, has successfully delivered a Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of its design for the Stage 6 of The Northern Road Upgrade project.

The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the detailed design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

The other objectives of this Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit were to:

  • check the compatibility between the safety features and the functional classification of the roads
  • identify any feature that can, either now or with time, create a safety problem
  • identify additional features at the site that pose a safety hazard or risk to any of the road users
  • determine the extent of deficiencies in the detailed design, considering all road user groups

14 June 2017

Cycling and pedestrian facilities, and adjacent road section, between Alexander Avenue and the Production Road canal crossing, in Taren Point, NSW

Sutherland Shire Council is the newest local government which has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre to help them with a risk assessment of the route used by cyclists to cross over the canal at Anglers Club, as well as the cycling and pedestrian facilities and the adjacent road section, between Alexander Avenue and the canal crossing, in Taren Point, NSW.

Sutherland Shire Council is constructing a cycleway through Woolooware Bay between Atkinson Road, Taren Point, through St George and Sutherland Shire Anglers Club site to join onto an existing path extending from Alexander Road (refer to Figure 4.2 below).

A risk assessment is required by the Council, to establish whether the existing Production Road Canal crossing may be safely shared by the Anglers Club members, cyclist and walkers, or whether Sutherland Shire Council must construct an alternate path crossing to separate the users. This road safety audit is intended to be used to inform the risk assessment process.

20 May 2017

Clock Tower Project – Snowy Mountain Highway / Vale Street Roundabout, Cooma, NSW

Hazeldean Pty Ltd, is a pastoral enterprise owned and operated by the Litchfield family of Cooma since 1865.

The Litchfield family would like to donate and build a clock tower, to be located at the central island of the Snowy Mountain Highway (Sharp Street) / Vale Street roundabout, in Cooma, NSW.

Traffic Engineering Centre undertook a Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit and assessed the road safety of the proposed clock tower.

The main aim of this road safety audit was to assess whether the installation of the clock tower would be compatible with the road’s intended use, and at an appropriate level of safety. The audit also aimed to identify features which may develop over time into a safety concern.

This audit also included a review of the sight distances which are a critical safety component of a roundabout.

4 May 2017

Proposed modification to the Star Casino Porte Cochere, in Sydney, NSW

Star Casino has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to assess the safety risks related to the preliminary design for the Casino’s Porte Cochere upgrade, and help them to ensure that international and domestic visitors safely enjoy an attractive and friendly arrival experience. Improvements are planned to the main Porte-Cochere off Jones Bay Road.

25 April 2017

Stage 5 (Existing road) Road Safety Audits of 4 (four) road sections, located within the Singleton LGA, NSW

After being engaged by the Singleton Council, Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered comprehensive Stage 5 (Existing road) Road Safety Audit of the following 4 (four) road sections, within the Singleton LGA:

  • Goorangoola Road, from Old Goorangoola Road to Falbrook Road (14.3km)
  • Goorangoola Creek Road, sealed section that runs from Old Goorangoola Road (6.3km)
  • Old Goorangoola Road, sealed section, from Goorangoola Road (3.4km), before turning into Bowmans Creek Road
  • Bowmans Creek Raod, between Old Goorangoola Road and the LGA boundary

Traffic Engineering Centre has checked whether the safety features of the audited road sections are compatible with the intended purpose of the road, and to check whether these features are at an appropriate level of safety.

20 April 2017

Airport North precinct road upgrade

Sydney Airport and Port Botany are two of Australia’s most important international gateways. The roads around the airport and Port Botany are becoming increasingly congested and need to be upgraded.

Roads and Maritime Services is planning to upgrade roads north of Sydney Airport to improve traffic flow and connections to the airport and Port Botany. This includes widening O’Riordan Street to three lanes in each direction between Bourke Road and Robey Street.

On this capital project, Traffic Engineering Centre was chosen by Mott MacDonald [the designers], to undertake Stage 3 (detailed design) road safety audits for the following designs:

1. Widening to six lanes of O’Riordan Street, from Bourke Street to Qantas Drive
2. 80% Interim Design for the Airport North Project, in Mascot, NSW

10 April 2017

Kent Street Underpass - Streetscape Upgrade, Sydney, NSW

City of Sydney has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a Stage 4 (Pre-opening) Road Safety Audit and assess the streetscape upgrade works of the Kent Street Underpass, Sydney, NSW.

The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify road safety concerns related to the streetscape upgrade works on the Kent Street Underpass, and to check that no traffic safety issues were overlooked or misunderstood.

25 March 2017

Navado Lawyers & Solicitors was founded in 2001 with the aim of offering affordable quality legal services to its clients.

Today, Navado Legal and Financial Group hosts the industry’s most dynamic Lawyers, Public Accountants, Tax Agents, Financial Planners and Mortgage Brokers. The alliance of these professionals makes them an unrivalled corporate identity, with a unified goal of providing outstanding and affordable legal, financial and tax services to our commercial and individual clients.

Therefore, it was a measure of our success, when such a great law company engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding an accident analysis and the subsequent court case.

17 March 2017

Proud to help Burwood Council once again

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Burwood Council to undertake the following:

  • a traffic impact assessment and traffic safety investigation for theproposed removal of the ‘No Right Turn’ restriction which, currently, prohibits vehicles exiting the Presbyterian Ladies College (PLC) campus from turning right onto Boundary Street to head east (study area 1);
  • anestimate of the potential for easing of traffic conditions at the Meta Street bridge intersection with Young and Hennessy Streets resulting from the removal of ‘No Right Turn’,, at the PLC exit driveway, in Croydon, NSW (study area 2).

The investigation also included a review of the:

  • possible risk associated with the introduction of this right turning manoeuvre;
  • impact on traffic flows in the surrounding streets;
  • impact on traffic flows within the PLC site (whose queues can extend out onto Boundary Street).

15 March 2017

Investigation, survey, and concept design of traffic and parking arrangements at The Outpost, in Northbridge, NSW

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Willoughby City Council (Council) to undertake an investigation, survey, and concept design oftraffic and parking arrangements at The Outpost, in Northbridge, NSW. The purpose of the project being to provide suitable means of access for fire-control and other vehicles in the event of an emergency so that emergencyworkers could effectively protect residential properties as well as the existing buildings and facilities in Warners Park.

The study area is centred on The Outpost, which is located in Northbridge, NSW.

The particular study tasks include:

  • review the current traffic and parking arrangements at The Outpost;
  • collect the existing on-street parking occupancy;
  • prepare a design plan which provides for a suitable path for emergency vehicles and general traffic along The Outpost, while maintaining and defining the areas for parking of vehicles
  • prepare a concept design for an upgraded traffic and parking arrangements at The Outpost;
  • prepare a plan which marks, for pruning, trees with overhanging branches lower than 4.0m, and produce a tree pruning plan
  • identify the authority requirements that are pertinent to the site;
  • recommend measures to ameliorate any traffic and parking impact (if any) arising from the study;
  • implement a community engagement plan;
  • provide support and input into the overall consultation process.

10 March 2017

Domestic driveways, between 13 Penrose Street and 67 Bridge Street, in Lane Cove, NSW – Risk assessment

Once again, Lane Cove Council, has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, a proven name in the field of road safety, to assess the safety at the domestic driveways accesses between 13 Penrose Street and 67 Bridge Street, in Lane Cove, NSW.

The main aim of this road safety audit was to review the sight distance from and toward the driveways, and safety features of the adjoining road sections and to check that these are compatible with the road’s intended use, and at an appropriate level of safety.

7 March 2017

Development at 834 Pittwater Road, in Dee Why, NSW - Traffic and Parking Impact Assessment Study

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Australian Pacific College to undertake a traffic and parking impact assessment of a proposed development at 834 Pittwater Road [the Dee Why Grand Mall’s building], in Dee Why, NSW.

The study included:

  • review the current traffic and parking arrangements within the vicinity of the development site;
  • collect the existing parking occupancies in the adjacent car park and the surrounding streets around the site;
  • calculate the additional traffic generation and parking demand that might result from the proposed development;
  • compare the existing traffic levels on the streets adjacent to the development site with the anticipated road usage levels once the development is complete;
  • identify the Council requirements that are pertinent to the site;
  • recommend measures to ameliorate any traffic and parking impact (if any) arising from the development proposal.

4 March 2017

Hampden Lane Shared Zone, Artarmon, NSW - Stage 2 (Preliminary design) Road Safety Audit

LAHEY Constructions engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a Stage 2 (Preliminary design) Road Safety Audit of the concept design for the proposed Hampden Lane Shared Zone, between McMillan Road and Barton Road, in Artarmon, NSW.

3 March 2017

Chamber Russell Lawyers, a commercial law firm with key practice areas in commercial, construction, insurance, litigation, and strata and community title law, has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to assess parking manoeuvres in to a Lot, at 45 Macleay Street, Potts Point NSW.

20 February 2017

Another 7 (seven) of the Stage 5 (Existing road) Road Safety Audits, within the Orange LGA, NSW

Only three weeks, after we successfully delivered the first ever road safety audit to Orange Council, Traffic Engineering Centre has been awarded with a contract to undertake Stage 5 (Existing road) Road Safety Audit of the following 7 (seven) road sections:

1. Phoenix Mine Road, from the Mitchell Hwy to 900m north of Blunt Road
2. Beasley Road, from the Mitchell Hwy to just past Blunt Road
3. Whiley Road, from Spring Street (in Springhill) to Millthorpe Road
4. Seaton Street (in Springhill), between Worboys Street and Spring Street
5. Worboys Street (in Springhill), between Carcoar Street and Seaton Street
6. Forest Road, from 400 metres south of Bloomfield Road to Carcoar Street (in Springhill)
7. Anson Street / Warrendine Street intersection, Orange, NSW

4 February 2017

Old Forbes Road / The Escort Way intersection, just to the west from Orange, NSW

Orange City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre for the first time, to help them with a Stage 5 (Existing road) Road Safety Audit and assess the existing Old Forbes Road / The Escort Way intersection, to the west from Orange, NSW, aiming to try and ensure that the safety features of the intersecting roads are compatible with the intended use, and that this is an appropriate level of safety.

1 January 2017

"On behalf of Traffic Engineering Centre, I wish a happy and prosperous New Year to our dear clients, staff members, and friends, all of whom are helping us to make Australia a better place - one project at a time.

All the best in 2017!"

Zoran Bakovic, Director

30 December 2016

Harbour Bridge, upgrade to the Southern Toll Plaza Precinct – Construction stage Road Safety Audit of the Stage 1a - Long Term Traffic Switch

Traffic Engineering Centre Pty Ltd Traffic Engineering Centre has been selected and subsequently engaged by the Ventia Amey Boral Joint Venture NSW [the VBA JV NSW] for the Road Safety Audit Services, on the Sydney Harbour Bridge Southern Precinct Upgrade Construction Project.

Work is underway on an upgrade to the Southern Toll Plaza Precinct. This includes the removal of the existing southern toll booths, reconfiguration of the intersection of York and Grosvenor Streets, new gantry signage, drainage work and the adjustment of road levels, asphalting and line marking to realign the traffic and bus lanes.

Today, Traffic Engineering Centre undertook the first of the scheduled Stage 4 (Pre-opening) Road Safety Audits, assessing the ‘as constructed’ implementation of the temporary traffic management for the Stage 1a - Long Term Traffic Switch, Sydney Harbour Bridge toll plaza removal project, in Sydney, NSW.

The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify road safety concerns related to the installed temporary traffic management as part - Stage 1a Long Term Traffic Switch, Sydney Harbour Bridge toll plaza removal project, and to check that no traffic safety issues were overlooked or misunderstood.

11 December 2016

White Rock Wind Farm project, Glen Innes, NSW

Traffic Engineering Centre supports renewable energy developments, which will have a global impact on the reduction of carbon emissions.

Therefore, we were more than delighted to be in position to help Fulton Hogan to successfully deliver this project by undertaking a Stage 4 (Pre-opening) Road Safety Audit, in order to assess the newly constructed main intersection entry to the site off the Gwydir Highway, some 20km to the west from Glen Innes, NSW.

3 November 2016

AITPM ‘Back to Basics’ workshop in Sydney, Australia

Zoran Bakovic, a Traffic Engineering & Road Safety Expert with Traffic Engineering Centre, presented last week "How to think outside the box while auditing pedestrian and cycling facilities", at the AITPM organised ‘Back to Basics’ workshop in Sydney, Australia.

The presentation was well received:

"It was certainly a pleasure to hear/view your presentation last Thursday. I found it very interesting and informative as well as stimulating and thought provoking."

Iris Dorsett, Road Safety Officer with Bathurst Regional Council

"Hi Zoran,

Thank you very much for your informative and impressive presentation on the importance of well thought out road safety auditing -Thinking Outside the Box at the AITPM conference last Thursday. My colleague Iris Dorsett and I were most impressed with your refreshing enthusiasm, deep knowledge of the subject and ability to convey the deeper ideas behind road safety auditing with fervor. Well done."

Paul Kendrick, Traffic and Design Engineer, Bathurst Regional Council

7 October 2016

1. Full Width Road Reconstruction of Junction Road; and 2. Jacqui Avenue – Road Design from Railway Terrace to Grima Street projects, in Schofields, NSW

A modern bustling city of 48 residential suburbs, Blacktown City is home to 340,000 people, making it the second largest city by population in NSW.

In order to accommodate future population growth, Blacktown City Council propose to upgrade Junction Road, in Schofields as part of the new housing estate, which are part of the North West Growth Centre development area.

Apart from that, Blacktown City Council also proposed to construct a new road connecting Railway Terrace to Grima Street, in Schofields, NSW, as part of the new housing estates in the North West Growth Centre. The newly proposed section of Jacqui Avenue will link the existing section of Jacqui Avenue to the Railway Terrace.

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered a Stage 2 (preliminary design) Road Safety Audit for both of the designs.

The following feedback [quote] best describes how satisfied Blacktown City Council was with the quality and promptness of our work:

"Thank you for the great service and prompt delivery of the report. I haven’t any projects on hand at the moment but when one comes up I’ll let you know."

Kingsley Page, Design Engineer, Blacktown City Council

04 October 2016

HW5 – Great Western Highway upgrade, from Rowan Lane, Katoomba, to just to the north of Ridgewell Road, Blackheath, NSW – Mott MacDonald

Mott MacDonald has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the detailed design for the HW5 – Great Western Highway upgrade, from Rowan Lane, Katoomba, to just to the north of Ridgewell Road, Blackheath, NSW.

The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the detailed design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

The other objectives of this Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit were to:

  • Check the compatibility between the safety features and the functional classification of the roads
  • Identify any feature that can, either now or with time, create a safety problem
  • Identify additional features at the site that pose a safety hazard or risk to any of the road users
  • Determine the extent of deficiencies in the temporary traffic management scheme, considering all road user groups

12 September 2016

Concept design for the changed traffic conditions on Parkes Street, Valentine Avenue, and Cowper Street, in Parramatta, NSW – City of Parramatta

City of Parramatta has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a Stage 2 (Preliminary design) Road Safety Audit of the concept design for the changed traffic conditions on Parkes Street, Valentine Avenue, and Cowper Street, in Parramatta, NSW.

7 September 2016

1. Traffic Impact Assessment (SIDRA modelling) of the proposed upgrade of the Boundary Street / Young Street intersection; and 2. Stage 5 (existing road) Road Safety Audit of an existing pedestrian crossing located on Cheltenham Road, just north of Queen Street, in Croydon, NSW

Burwood Council is looking to convert the sections of Boundary Street, between Young Street and Robinson Street, from two-way to one-way road, as well as to revise priorities at the cross intersection of Boundary Street and Young Street, at the western end of Boundary Street.

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered a traffic impact assessment study, based on the SIDRA modelling, assessing whether the proposed reversed priorities will in fact assist traffic flow in the area.

Also, Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully undertaken a Stage 5 (existing road) Road Safety Audit of an existing pedestrian crossing located on Cheltenham Road, just north of Queen Street, in Croydon, NSW.

The following are the clients comments, expressing their appreciation of the quality of our work on these two studies:

"Thanks for all your assistance with these two matters."

John Inglese, Senior Manager – Assets and Design, Burwood Council

"Our General Manager has read the report and was very happy with the detail put into investigating the proposals."

Roberto Di Federico, Manager – Traffic & Transport, Burwood Council

6 September 2016

Mouchel International (Jersey) Limited is another great company that recognised the knowledge, experience, and expertise of Traffic Engineering Centre, by signing a Sub-Consultancy Services Agreement with us for Traffic Modelling and Road Safety Audits.

Both companies commit to form a close working relationship to work in good faith and comparatively with each other to jointly deliver a number of projects.

5 August 2016

St Joseph Guesthouse – Traffic Impact and Parking Assessment Study

St Josephs Guesthouse was originally a Gothic styled Catholic Church to serve the growing community of the Macdonald River valley. It was built from locally quarried sandstone with the Foundation stone being laid in 1839, and is [apparently] the second oldest catholic church built in Australia.

A bushfire attacked and destroyed every bit of timber in the place. The stonework survived the onslaught but the heat and subsequent years of rain had weakened the mortar and some of the walls began sagging and bowing.

With restoration work complete, the atmosphere of the building has been reborn. There is a pervasive peace and tranquillity that feeds the soul and recharges the spirit.

Traffic Engineering Centre was proud to be involved in the restoration process by successfully delivering a traffic impact and parking assessment study for the proposed reuse of the former St Joseph church, at 1029 St Albans Road, in Lower MacDonald, NSW, a guest house and function centre.

3 August 2016

The Artarmon Loop and The Loop Bus Services - Service Redesign Study - Willoughby City Council

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by the Willoughby City Council and successfully assessed the options for improving The Loop services, considering the findings and recommendations which were presented in our previous report, titled ‘The Artarmon Loop and The Loop Public Transport Services – Data Review and Assessment’, from June 2016.

A series of surveys were conducted to obtain travel time and operational characteristics, as a basis for the necessary analysis to redesign the services.

In particular, the analysis included:

  • Redesigning of The Artarmon Loop services in order to set regular frequencies throughout the operation hours;
  • Examining whether it would be possible to redesign The Artarmon Loop in order to improve service supply and attract additional demand; and
  • Redesigning the existing routes of The Loop services in order to combine them into one regular and effective route for the community.

Our study results and report were well received by the client:

"First of all, thank you for your report, you have obviously undertaken this with concerted effort and on ground research. I really appreciate that, thank you."

Sally Hamilton - Environment Manager, Willoughby City Council

1 August 2016

ARCADIS, another global design, engineering and management consulting company, has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake two of the design stage Road Safety Audits of the design drawings for 1. Homebush Station Access Upgrade & 2. Toongabbie Station Upgrade, Sydney, NSW.

30 July 2016

‘Anytime Fitness’ commissioned Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a traffic and parking impact assessment study for the proposed use of the outdoor fenced area adjacent to the Anytime Fitness building, at 29-33 Tyrrell Street, in Wallsend (Newcastle), NSW, for the outside classes [between 15 to 20 patrons].

29 July 2016

Traffic Engineering Centre Pty Ltd was commissioned by West Lindfield Sport and Recreation Club (WLSRC) and successfully delivered a traffic engineering review of the design and implementation of the recent car park improvement works at the Lindfield Sports Centre's site off Highfields Road, in Lindfield, NSW.

29 July 2016

Youth off The Street charity

Traffic Engineering Centre continues to support Youth Off The Street, a non-denominational organization working for young people who are facing challenges of homelessness, drug dependency and recovering from abuse. We support these young people as they work to turn their lives and overcome immense personal traumas such as neglect and physical, psychological, and emotional abuse.

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, pictured with Father Chris Riley, CEO and Founder of the Youth Off The Street at a previous charity event.

20 July 2016

Removal of the toll booths from the southern approaches to the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Roads and Maritime Services is planning to remove the toll booths from the southern approaches to the Sydney Harbour Bridge as part of a package of work to improve and adapt the toll plaza to the needs of a modern city.

Removing the southern toll booths provides an opportunity to simplify traffic movements to the Western Distributor and northern CBD. This would also enable continuation of the bus lane from the Sydney Harbour Bridge to York Street and provide space for bus readiness bays for buses approaching York Street in the PM peak.

Traffic Engineering Centre, the leading brand name in the field of road safety auditing, has been engaged by Mott MacDonald to undertake a Stage 3 (Detailed design) road safety audit of their design aiming to simplify traffic movements on southern approaches to the Sydney Harbour Bridge; improve bus connections; improve operational flexibility for lane management on Sydney Harbour Bridge; and reduce road safety hazards.

Current arrangements near the southern plaza [Aug 2012]

Artist's impression of the new southern toll plaza precinct

15 July 2016

Great Performance Reports received from the Roads and Maritime Services NSW

Traffic Engineering Centre has received two great Performance Reports [on Consultants and Professional Service Contractors] from Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) in which the RMS' representative stated [quote]: "Traffic Engineering Centre delivered in a timely and professional manner with appropriate WHS Management", with overall rating 9 (nine) out of 10 (ten).

30 June 2016

Another successful Financial year

We created strong brand recognition and extended a loyal customer base. Traffic Engineering Centre is further growing its business by expanding in areas of public transport, traffic planning, and traffic/transport related site design projects.

A large number of our clients have expressed their satisfaction with the quality of our work. Our experts know that when it comes to transportation and site design projects, they all have one thing in common: when finished, they need to accommodate for a variety of different vehicles.

Among all, by introducing Autodesk' AutoCAD and Vehicle Tracking software, we are now in a strong position to create stunning parking design solutions for projects both large and small, as well as to undertake a comprehensive vehicle swept path analysis, and to predictably evaluate vehicle movements on transportation or site design projects.

We would like to use this occasion to thank our dear clients, without whom all this would not be possible. We continue to measure our success based on our clients' satisfaction, and live to the motto "Our clients are our partners". We would also like to thank our team members and friends, for doing something we are all really proud of, and for helping Traffic Engineering Centre to become a company of value, rather than just a company of success.

21 June 2016

Providing safe traffic conditions on the Princes Highway Upgrade project – Foxground and Berry Bypass

Road and Maritime Servicing is delivering the $580 million Foxground and Berry bypass to provide road safety and traffic efficiency on behalf of the NSW Government. Major construction is now underway and is expected to be completed mid 2018, weather permitting. The Foxground and Berry bypass will provide a four-lane highway (two lanes in each direction) with median separation for 11.6km of the Princes Highway between Toolijooa road and Schofields Lane.

Traffic Engineering Centre continues to successfully and effectively assess and audit a significant number of traffic switches and other proposed temporary traffic management plans for each different configuration or staging of traffic before they are implemented.

Traffic Engineering Centre has also identify road safety concerns related to the newly constructed traffic switches and to check that no traffic safety issues are overlooked or misunderstood.

The other objectives of these safety audit were:

  • Check the compatibility between the safety features and the functional classification of the road sections, considering all road user groups;
  • Identify any feature that can, either now or with time, create a safety problem;
  • Identify additional features at the site that pose a safety hazard or risk to any of the road users;
  • Identify construction features that, if changed, could enhance safety.

20 June 2016

Cyclists and pedestrian safety on the shared paths outside 150 - 158 Epping Road, in front of the Meriton apartments - 'Arise', in Lane Cove, NSW

Lane Cove Council is the latest of the local government which has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to help them by identifying road safety concerns [with emphasis on the cyclists safety] related to the newly constructed entry and exit driveways to the Meriton apartment block called 'Arise', adjacent to the shared path located outside 150 - 158 Epping Road, in Lane Cove, NSW.

18 June 2016

Major Branch Sponsorship of the AITPM (NSW & ACT)

This year, AITPM celebrates its 50th Birthday.

With Traffic Engineering Centre entering into 3-year Major Branch Sponsorship of the AITPM (NSW & ACT), two of the synonymous for traffic engineering and traffic planning have joined forces.

It is a partnership driven by a shared commitment to inspiring through excellence and creativity.

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, and Tessa Knox-Grant, Branch President of AITPM (NSW & ACT)
[Photo: Graeme Pattison, AITPM]

1 June 2016

Proposed commercial use of the former men's bowling club building in Warners Park as a café for the ground floor and general community use on the first floor, in Northbridge, NSW

Traffic and Parking Impact Assessment Study

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Willoughby City Council (Council) and has successfully delivered a comprehensive traffic and parking impact assessment to identify potential impacts of the reuse of the former men's bowling club building in Warners Park, Northbridge, NSW. The proposal includes conversion of the ground floor for use as a café and conversion of the first floor for general community use.

20 May 2016

Independent Assessment of the Traffic Implications of a current Planning Proposal on 65 Albert Avenue, Chatswood (Mandarin Centre)

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Willoughby City Council to undertake an independent peer-review assessment of the traffic implications of a current Planning Proposal at 65 Albert Avenue (Mandarin Centre), in Chatswood, NSW.

18 May 2016

The Artarmon Loop and The Loop public transport services - Data Review and Assessment, Willoughby City Council (2016).

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by the Willoughby City Council and successfully delivered an analysis of the patronage statistics for both The Loop and The Artarmon Loop public transport services. Based upon the analysis of observed travel demand, service levels, and characteristics of the study area, this report reached several findings that contribute to a better understanding of the existing services therefore helping the Willoughby City Council.

17 May 2016

As result of consistent quality of our work, Mott MacDonald, a global management, engineering and development consultancy, has included Traffic Engineering Centre on its list of the Preferred Sub-contractors.

16 May 2016

Road design projects in Kellyville – Mott MacDonald

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered Stage 2 (Preliminary design) Road Safety Audits of the design for Modification of Memorial Avenue near Arnold Avenue West, in Kellyville, NSW as well as for a concept temporary road works on Hector Court, in Kellyville, NSW.

15 May 2016

Proposed Conversion of 6 (six) Telstra Rolling Message Advertising Signs to Touch Screen LED signs - Chatswood Mall and Victoria Ave, Chatswood - Willoughby City Council

Willoughby City Council was seeking to change the 6 (six) existing Telstra Public Advertising signs in Chatswood Mall and Victoria Ave (outside the Concourse) from scrolling poster advertising to electronic advertising LED signage with touch screen information panels, in Chatswood, NSW.

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned to conduct a safety assessment to determine the suitability, from a road safety perspective, of the proposal to replace the existing scrolling poster advertising bollards with electronic advertising LED signs incorporating touch screen information panels.

The assessment has been primarily based on the Transport Corridor Outdoor Advertising and Signage Guidelines, Assessing Development Applications under SEPP 64, NSW Government Department of Planning, July 2014– herein referred to as the NSW Guidelines. The NSW Guidelines provide the current statutory requirements. Additional consideration has been given to the Draft Transport Corridor Outdoor Advertising and Signage Guidelines, December 2015.

5 May 2016

Traffic Engineering Centre is delighted to announce that Prof. Dr. André Dantas, PhD, has joined our company as Associate / Principal Traffic Planner.

André is an internationally recognised professional working in transportation engineering and related areas. Drawing upon over 20 years-experience, André has worked on a significant number of projects around the world (Brazil, New Zealand, Japan, China, USA, UK and Australia). Among all, André has played advisory roles in several projects such as the "Urban Transportation Network Reliability Assessment Techniques in Beijing". As well as provided expert advice on various projects such as the Port of Brisbane Motorway upgrade, which comprised a $300 million investment in Brisbane, Australia.

André has extensive experience in the field of public transport. Originally, André worked as a Public Transport Planner in a major city in Brazil, where he was responsible for service planning and conducting field surveys. During his tenure at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand [as Senior Lecturer on subject of Public Transport; Traffic Planning and Modelling; and GIS], André acted as consultant for Environment Canterbury in a project that assessed the energy requirements for The Orbiter services in Christchurch. Working for MWH Australia in Brisbane, André conducted a technical review on the impact of parking policies on public transport demand.

Traffic Engineering Centre is now in a strong position to extend its service into the following areas:

  • Reviews of the state of art and practices about Transport Planning, Logistics and Public Transport;
  • Peer review work on modelling projects;
  • Qualification and Training of staff;
  • Cost analysis of public transport systems;
  • Public transport systems ticketing and payment means;
  • Concept and design of public transport periodisation measures such as BRT, bus lanes;
  • Microsimulation; and
  • Travel demand modelling.

26 April 2016

Peer review of Traffic Studies for Newmarket Green and Neuroscience Research Precinct Consent Condition E15 for Neuroscience Research Australia, Randwick, NSW

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) to review whether or not it was appropriate for the Neuroscience Research Precinct (NRP) development to fully fund the upgrade for the Barker Street / Botany Street roundabout in light of the proposed CBus Newmarket Green Randwick development proposal.

20 March 2016

Green Square Projects - for the first time in over 100 years, the City of Sydney is building a new town centre.

City of Sydney is designing a unique, resilient and welcoming centre to form the residential, commercial and cultural heart of the Green Square community. This will be a place combining sustainable infrastructure with community spirit, lifestyle and character. The City has committed $540 million over the next 10 years to create world-class community facilities including an innovative new library and plaza, an aquatic centre, many parks and playgrounds, a childcare centre and a creative hub.

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of a proposed Shared Zone at the Library Plaza, within a newly designed Green Square Town Centre, in Sydney, NSW.

18 March 2016

JB & Associates, a Law firm that measure their success not from turnover but from client satisfaction, has engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding an accident analysis and the subsequent court case.

8 March 2016

Burton Street and Palmer Street Intersection Upgrade, Darlinghurst (Sydney), NSW - Stage 2 (Preliminary design) Road Safety Audit

City of Sydney engaged us to undertake a Stage 2 (Preliminary design) Road Safety Audit in order to assess the relative safety performance of preliminary design for the proposed Burton Street and Palmer Street Intersection Upgrade, in Darlinghurst (Sydney), NSW. The audit reviewed the proposed design in relation to the identified specific needs of various road users.

8 February 2016

Proposed Commercial Use of the Existing Function Centre within Leichhardt Oval No.1 - Traffic and Parking Impact Assessment Study

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Leichhardt Municipal Council (Council) to undertake a traffic and parking impact assessment to identify potential impacts of the proposed expansion of use of the Leichhardt Oval's Legends Lounge, beyond catering only for football fans on Wests Tigers game days. This report will accompany a DA for commercial use of the existing function center building within Leichhardt Oval No.1.

With a Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 280m2 the capacity is estimated to be:

  • For a Stand-up function [Licence Club] 320 patrons plus 20 staff; and
  • For the Sit-down function [Restaurant] 144 patrons plus 20 staff.

The study area was centered on the Leichhardt Oval, which is located off Mary Street, in Leichhardt LGA, NSW, with the . The main vehicular access route to the Function Room is via Mary Street.

22 January 2016

In 2016, Traffic Engineering Centre will continue to help young people off the street and out of dangerous by donating to the Youth Off The Streets. We will share what we have with these young people, many of whom don't have families who will give them any support. For many of these kids, Youth Off The Street is the only family they have and we, in Traffic Engineering Centre, are very pleased to be counted as part of that family.

Many of these young people have experienced some of the most unimaginable things yet have the courage and resilience to change their lives. Recovering from what in many cases is a lifetime of abuse can be a long and painful process. Like any good family, we want to be there for these young people when they need us.

21 January 2016

By using the success we have, our proud tradition in Traffic Engineering Centre is to find way to make our community better by returning a part of our revenue back to the community. This time, we are very, very proud to announce our decision to support the men and women of the NSW Police Association, by being Silver Sponsor of the NSW Police News, an official journal of the Police Association of NSW.

10 January 2016

Regent, Lee & Cleveland Streets – Shared Paths - City of Sydney

Sydney's Cycling Future prioritises cycling infrastructure within 5km of major centres and transport interchanges, stating that [City of Sydney] will make bicycle riding a feasible transport option for these customers by investing in separated cycleways and providing connected bicycle networks to major centres and transport interchanges. Regent, Lee and Cleveland Streets are classified State roads located to the south of Sydney CBD in the suburbs of Redfern, Chippendale, Haymarket and Darlington. These roads function as key routes for vehicles accessing Sydney CBD. The footpaths along these roads function as key pedestrian access routes to Central Transport Interchange.

Traffic Engineering Centre has been engaged to utilise our staff's reach experience and knowledge in design for cyclists and pedestrians and undertake Stage 2 (Preliminary design) of the concept design for the proposed shared paths.

Buckland Street, Alexandria – Expanded Bicycle Storage Areas – City of Sydney

Buckland Street, Alexandria forms part of one of the City's regional cycle routes and is a major route for riders accessing the separated cycleway on George Street, Waterloo.

The City is proposing safety improvements at two signalised intersections on Buckland Street: Wyndham Street and Botany Road/Wellington Street. The proposed improvements include providing Expanded Bicycle Storage Areas by reducing the number of vehicle approach lanes on Buckland Street and Wellington Street from two to one. No changes to Botany Road or Wyndham Street are proposed, nor are any changes proposed to on-street parking as part of the safety improvements.

In order to deliver a quality design from a road safety viewpoint, the City of Sydney has engaged.

Traffic Engineering Centre has been engaged to undertake Stage 2 (Preliminary design) of the concept design for the proposed expanded bicycle storage areas.

8 January 2016

The 4th year of successful collaboration between Fulton Hogan, RMS NSW and Traffic Engineering Centre just commenced. We continue to help them by providing various road safety and traffic engineering services for some of the most capital projects, such as $580million worth Foxground to Berry Bypass, Princess Highway Upgrade project.

25 December 2015

Another successful year for Traffic Engineering Centre is nearly over. To all our clients, associates, and friends, we are wishing a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We are looking forward to see and work with all of you in 2016.

24 December 2015

Traffic Engineering Centre is now an accredited contractor in BNG Conserve.

22 December 2015

AJB Stevens' lawyers are industry leaders in Compensation Claims. Being in need for an expert who is able to provide a forensic expert advice on traffic safety and crash analysis, AJB Stevens has engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding a court case.

17 December 2015

W2B Intersections Upgrade – Package 4 (Portion B), Pacific Highway Upgrade, NSW

Mott MacDonald has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre to help them with the traffic engineering segments of the project.

15 December 2015

Proposed replacement of the current advertising sign at 287 Military Road, in Cremorne, NSW, with a new LED sign - Captive Vision Pty Ltd

Captive Vision Pty Ltd has engaged Traffic Engineering centre to undertake a road / traffic safety assessment of the proposed LED sign and its proposed placement along with an assessment of the compliance of the proposed signs with the State Environment Planning Policy No.64 – Advertising and Signage (SEPP 64).

11 December 2015

We are very proud to say that this is the second time in the last two months, and the sixth time overall, that RMS NSW – Western Region has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, a proven and trusted name in the field of traffic engineeering, to help them by undertaking:

  • Stage 4 (Pre-opening) Road Safety Audit of the recently completed works related to the change of priority to the Brolgan Road and Westlime Road intersection, CH 2.77km to CH 3.165km west of Parkes, NSW; and
  • Stage 1 (Feasibility stage) Road Safety Aduit of the concept design for the MR 516 Chifley Road Upgrade, Scenic Hill - 12.90km to 14.97km west of Bell, NSW, to assess whether the proposed road upgrade would provide for a safe and efficient road environment for all road users

10 December 2015

Proposed Dan Murphy's at 7 Darley Road, Leichhardt, NSW - Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit

FLEXON This report presents the findings of the Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the detailed design for Proposed Dan Murphy's at 7 Darley Road, Leichhardt, NSW. The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the detailed design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

9 December 2015

Putney Hill Residential Development – Newly Constructed Intersection at 600 Victoria Road, Ryde, NSW

Taylor Constructions, an industry leading organisation focused on creating environments, which is offering contemporary, well considered environments that enhance public spaces and deliver optimal results for their partners, clients and end users, has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre and our specialist skills across traffic engineering, to help them on their Putney Hill Residential Development project.

25 November 2015

NSRU Alliance - Arncliffe Pedestrian Link, Wolli Creek, NSW

Once again, Traffic Engineering Centre, an industry leader on road safety auditing, has been engaged by the NSRU Alliance to undertake a Stage 1 (Feasibility stage) Road Safety Audit of the proposed Arncliffe Pedestrian Link, in order to assess whether the link would provide for safe and efficient pedestrian movement under the Illawarra Railway Line in the vicinity of Allen Street, Wolli Creek, NSW. The audit and report place an emphasis on the provision of safer pedestrians' facilities which are to be provided by the proposal.

19 November 2015

Kent Street Underpass Upgrade, Sydney, NSW – City of Sydney

City of Sydney has engaged us to undertake a Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the detailed design for the Kent Street Underpass Upgrade, in Sydney, NSW The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the detailed design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

10 November 2015

We are proud to announce that Traffic Engineering Centre Pty Ltd will sponsor the 2016 AITPM National Conference.

25 October 2015

Agostino & Co is a great, small sized law firm offering large sized service. Being in need for an expert who is able to provide a forensic expert advice on traffic safety and crash analysis, Agostino & Co has engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding a court case.

20 October 2015

Feasibility stage traffic impact and parking requirement study for a proposed extension of the existing ALDI store, in Bathurst, NSW

ALDI propose to increase the total Gross Floor Area (GFA) of its existing store located in Bathurst, NSW by extending the existing warehouse and constructing a side extension to the existing retail area.

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by ALDI and Donaldson Worrad Architects to undertake a traffic impact and parking requirement study in order to identify potential traffic and parking impacts for the proposed extension of the existing ALDI store, in Bathurst, NSW and to check the feasibility of proposed traffic elements of the development.

This study:

  • reviews the current traffic and parking arrangements within the relevant vicinity of the development site;
  • collects the existing parking occupancies in the store's off-street car park located at the site;
  • compares the existing traffic levels on the streets around the site with the anticipated road usage levels once the redevelopment is complete;
  • provides recommendations [if any required] to ameliorate any traffic and parking impact arising from the development proposal.

8 October 2015

Tindalls Lane Traffic Switch - Princes Highway Upgrade Project, Foxground to Berry Bypass, NSW (project budget: $580million)

Fulton Hogan and RMS NSW has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again to undertake Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the Tindalls Lane Traffic Switch, Princes Highway Upgrade Project - Foxground and Berry Bypass, NSW, and to assess whether the designs, as well as the temporary traffic management, complied with the standards/guidelines and that the arrangement of traffic control devices is clear and conductive to road safety.

6 October 2015

Traffic Engineering Centre is celebrating the third anniversary of helping our clients to make Australia a better place – one project at a time. We would like to use this occasion to thank our dear Clients, without whom all these would not be possible. We continue to measure our success based on our clients' satisfaction, and live to the motto "Our clients are our partners". We would also like to thank our team members and friends, for doing something we are all really proud of, and for helping Traffic Engineering Centre to become a company of value, rather than just a company of success.

1 October 2015

Traffic Engineering Centre has been added to ALDI's Approved Contractor List.

21 September 2015

Railway Terrace/Westminster Street intersection upgrade, in Schofields, NSW – Mott MacDonalds

For the fourth time now, Mott MacDonals has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, as the road safety auditors of their choice, to help them by undertaking Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of their design for the Railway Terrace/Westminster Street intersection upgrade. The main objective of this road safety audit is to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the detailed design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

18 September 2015

Parking assessment study for a proposed extension of the Leichhardt Oval's Legend Lounge, in Leichhardt, NSW

Traffic Engineering Centre was commissioned by Leichhardt Municipal Council to undertake a brief parking study to identify potential impacts of the proposed expansion of use of the Leichhardt Oval's Legends Lounge beyond catering only for football fans on Wests Tigers game days. Leichhardt Municipal Council sought to understand the likely parking demand that might result from the proposed expanded use of the Leichhardt Oval's Legends Lounge, especially on a weekday evening and on Saturdays when other sporting / recreational facilities are in use in the Neighbourhood. Council also sought to understand how such generated parking demand could be satisfied with the existing on-street and off-street car parking facilities along with the likely impacts on the current parking provision.

Traffic Engineering centre has successfully prepared a detailed report that clearly informed Council's project team in relation to the parking impact, and parking requirements and related issues that are relevant to the proposed development.

The particular study tasks included:

  • review the current traffic and parking arrangements within the relevant vicinity of the development site;
  • collect the existing parking occupancies in the adjacent car park and the surrounding streets around the site;
  • calculate the additional traffic generation and parking demand as result of the proposed extension in use of the Lodge;
  • calculate the maximum number of vehicles that could be generated by the development so that the existing adjacent car parking facilities would provide enough parking spots to satisfy such generated parking demand;
  • recommendation (if any) to ameliorate any traffic and parking impact arising from the study.

15 September 2015

Guanna Hill Realignment, HW7-Mitchell Highway 20.6km to 27.9km north of Orange, NSW

The proposed improvements at Guanna Hill, about 21 kilometres north of Orange, will upgrade and realign 7.2 kilometres of the Mitchell Highway near Molong. This work will improve safety, travel times and provide a smoother road surface for road users. The project objectives include:

  • Realigning the Mitchell Highway to include an overtaking lane to bring the highway up to 100 km/h standard.
  • Reducing travel times.
  • Providing a smooth road surface.
  • Improving safety by reducing the crash rate

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit to RMS NSW, in which we identified relevant road safety deficiencies in the detailed design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

12 September 2015

Coles' Car Park at 101 Boomerang Place, Cambridge Gardens, NSW

Traffic Engineering Centre has been commissioned by Coles and Main Brace Constructions to review the traffic management systems for their existing car park and loading docks, with access off Boomerang Place, in Cambridge Garden, NSW.

We successfully delivered a comprehensive study which helped Coles to resolve some traffic issues including:

  • traffic congestion at the loading dock entry point;
  • safety of truck use of the loading dock;
  • pedestrian safety on the crossing on the loading dock approach roadway.

10 August 2015

North Penrith urban development

1,000 dwellings with a variety of housing, 770 jobs, 10,600m2 of commercial space, 4,500m2 of retail space, 1.2ha of industrial land, open space, community facilities and a transit interchange are under construction in North Penrith, adjacent to Penrith train station.

Traffic Engineering Centre continues to help Urban Growth NSW to successfully deliver this large and very significant project. The main objective of our task was to identify road safety concerns related to the upgraded MR155 Castlereagh Road / Thornton Drive intersection, and to check that no traffic safety issues are overlooked or misunderstood.

1 August 2015

Thornleigh Railway Station Upgrade

CARDNO has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again to undertake design stages Road Safety Audits of the design for the Thornleigh Railway Station upgrade, in Thornleigh (Sydney), NSW.

By conducting the Road Safety Audits of the designs, Traffic Engineering Centre has helped CARDNO by identifing relevant road safety deficiencies in each design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

8 July 2015

Streetscape Upgrade Works

Fairfield City Council is the latest of the local government which has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to help them by assessing the proposed design for the upgrade of Park Road, between McBurney Road and Bartley Street, in Cabramatta, NSW.

3 July 2015

WestConnex Project

WestConnex is the largest transport and urban revitalisation project in Australia, and is a critical part of the NSW Government's integrated transport solution, including public transport and road infrastructure to keep Sydney moving. WestConnex will widen and extend the M4 and M5 and join them together to form a 33km continuous, free-flowing motorway tunnel with connections to the city, airport and port. WestConnex will also enable urban renewal and facilitate improved public transport services. It will support Sydney's long term growth and boost the city's economic productivity.

This is just another one of the number of largest transport and urban revitalisation project that Traffic Engineering Centre has been engaged on. This time to undertake a Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the Traffic Control Plans for the King Georges Interchange Upgrade.

18 June 2015

AITPM

Our Director, Zoran Bakovic, has been elected as the Branch President of AITPM (NSW & ACT) (www.aitpm.com.au).

10 June 2015

CBD and South East Light Rail project

Sydney is truly one of the greatest cities in the world and home to Australia's strongest economy, with its population set to grow by another million people over the next 10 years. To support this population growth and the booming economy the NSW government is turbo charging infrastructure development across Sydney. Transport for New South Wales is delivering projects to reduce traffic congestion, improve public transport networks, provide better healthcare and create sustainable public spaces. This will ensure Sydney continues to be a great place to live, work and do business and leave a legacy for future generations.

As a part of that, the CBD and South East Light Rail project aims to transform public transport in Sydney, providing high capacity, clean and reliable services. The new 12km light rail route will link Circular Quay via George Street and Central, to Randwick and Kingsford.

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered George Street Vehicle Access Test, in Sydney CBD.

A report has been prepared by Traffic Engineering Centre for Transport for NSW presenting the findings of vehicle maneuvering trials and swept path assessment for a number of design vehicles that use the loading dock accesses for: 'Myer'/'Swissotel'/'Westfield', 'Dymocks', and the 'Mid-City' mall. All these accesses are located off George Street, on the eastern side, between King Street and Market Street, in Sydney CBD, NSW. The main objective of this study was to determine the accessibility constrains on dock access during the placement of construction hoardings close to the loading dock access as part of the Sydney light Rail construction project. Manoeuvring tests and swept path analysis was undertaken, using a number of design vehicles, to test and check the following:

  • If the access to 'Myer', 'Swissotel', 'Westfield', 'Dymocks' and other businesses could be maintained during the construction stage of the project;
  • That the design vehicle can turn from an appropriate approach traffic lane into the loading dock access, or from the loading dock egress into an appropriate departure lane with adequate clearances to features such as kerbs and roadside feature;
  • That the design vehicles can legally perform the particular turning movements;
  • That safe and efficient access to loading docks can be maintained during the project construction period, without compromising safety for the work site and the road network.

1 June 2015

Forensic traffic engineering expertise

Slater and Gordon is a leading international law firm [founded in 1935] employing 1,400 people in 80 locations across Australia and 3,800 people across 27 locations in the United Kingdom. Slater and Gordon's mission is to give people easier access to world class legal services. The firm provides specialist legal and complementary services in a broad range of areas.

Being in need for an expert who is able to provide a forensic expert advice on traffic safety and crash analysis, Slater and Gordon has engaged [once again] our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding a court case.

30 May 2015

Supporting young people who are homeless, disadvantages or struggling to live with the effects of abuse and neglect

Traffic Engineering Centre continues to give back to the community by supporting disadvantaged young people who are homeless, disadvantaged or struggling to live with the effects of abuse and neglect.

With considerable financial support to the Youth Off The Street charity, Traffic Engineering Centre is helping Australian community by offering our nation's most vulnerable the chance to reach a brighter future through early intervention, education, rehabilitation, safe accommodation and psychological care.

It is our goal that young people will gain an education, living skills, employment and positive goals for their future.

20 May 2015

Streetscape Upgrade Works

Parramatta City Council is located 24 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD and provides a range of goods and services within a local government area (LGA) encompassing some 61 square kilometres and comprises a population of approximately 178,000 people from a range of diverse cultures, lifestyles and experiences. In their intention to make people's lifestyle even better and more enjoyable, the Council designed a upgrade of the Wigram Street [Stage 3 Streetscape Upgrade Works], between Marion and Parkes Streets, in Harris Park.

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully and effectively assessed the proposed detailed design for Wigram Street Stage 3 Streetscape Upgrade Works, with the main objective of this assessment being to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users as well as to:

  • Check the compatibility between the safety features and the functional classification of the road sections, considering all road user groups;
  • Identify any feature that can, either now or with time, create a safety problem;
  • Identify additional features at the site that pose a safety hazard or risk to any of the road users;
  • Identify construction features that, if changed, could enhance safety.

12 May 2015

Northern Beaches Hospital Bridge over Warringah Road

If you have to go to hospital, you want it to be a safe environment and removing the hassles with a hospital visit can reduce the stress on patients. This extends to the road system leading to the hospital.

Traffic Engineering Centre has been commissioned to help with road development around the new Northern Beaches Hospital Bridge over Warringah Road, in Forestville, NSW.

The new hospital will have 488 beds, a 50-space emergency department and 14 operating theatres. The nine-storey facility will have room for future expansion, as well as a 1,400 space car park and helipad for emergency transport.

We will undertake a road safety audit of the design of the pedestrian bridge over Warringah Road, in Forestville, to assessed whether the design complies with standards and guidelines and that the arrangement is clear and conducive to road safety.

We were requested to join the project by Mott MacDonalds, a global management, engineering and development consultancy with offices in 50 countries. Their mission is to create ideas that improve life. Traffic Engineering Centre will be helping them to achieve this for people in need of a hospital visit in Forestville.

7 May 2015

Assessing design for the pedestrian crossing facilities

For many years Randwick Council has had approved the provision of islands with pedestrian refuges on Elphinstone Road South Coogee adjacent to the two intersections with Wauchope Crescent.

Neighbouring houses, units and parks in the area create significant pedestrian activity.

Since the refuges were first approved, design standards have been updated. Traffic Engineering Centre has joined with OPUS International Consultants to assess the latest design and its compliance with newest standards and whether or not they would be fit for their purpose at a couple of locations on Elphinstone Road, in South Coogee, NSW.

6 May 2015

Reviewing an existing situation and looking for future issues

Assessing road safety is not just pondering the present but also looking into the future to try and envisage what might be a problem.

This is the situation Traffic Engineering Centre faced when it was once again engaged by Parramatta Council, this time to help them resolve safety issues on the access road to their Rydalmere Operations Centre, in Rydalmere, NSW.

The new Operations Centre houses up to 300 of Council's 770 plus workforce. This includes staff from Council's civil and parks maintenance, cleansing, sign making and carpentry teams, mechanical workshop, fleet and animal holding services. It will also accommodate design, technical and waste management staff previously located in Civic Place, Parramatta. The Centre is situation on Victoria Road, the main east/west arterial through the area, but there is an access road beside their development.

The main objective of this assessment was to check whether the Centre access road and its features are compatible with their intended purpose and check whether these are at an appropriate level of safety.

This study also aimed to identify any feature which may develop over time into a safety concern.

20 April 2015

Intermodal transfers - improving transport options and enhancing local economies

A number of regional towns are looking to stimulate their local economies and job opportunities as well as improve the efficiency of transport in their regions by establishing transport hubs. The towns of Wagga and Junee will benefit from a new inter-modal freight terminal, which has begun operating at the Harefield grain silos on Bomen-Junee Road approximately 10km south of Junee.

Traffic Engineering Centre has been commissioned by the Melbourne office of the international company Deloitte, to undertake traffic assessments of the newly completed Byrnes Road/Harefield Road/Patterson Road intersection upgrade.

The new depot means businesses have an alternative to road freight and the Bomen inter-modal depot, which is working at capacity.But several Harefield residents have expressed concern about the new development, including increased traffic on Harefield Road.

The study we conducted involved the collection and analysis of before and after data to estimate the number of vehicles (especially Heavy Vehicles) that use the newly reconstructed road sections.

With the right levels of safety you can improve transport options and enhance local economies.

2 April 2015

Providing safe traffic conditions on the Princes Highway Upgrade project – Foxground and Berry Bypass

Road and Maritime Servicing is delivering the $580million Foxground and Berry bypass to provide road safety and traffic efficacy on behalf of the NSW Government. Major construction is now underway and is expected to be completed mid 2018, weather permitting. The Foxground and Berry bypass will provide a four-lane highway (two lanes in each direction) with median separation for 11.6km of the Princes Highway between Toolijooa road and Schofields Lane.

Traffic Engineering Centre is successfully and effectively assessing and auditing a significant number of traffic switches and other proposed temporarily traffic management plans for each different configuration or staging of traffic before they are implemented.

Traffic Engineering Centre has also identify road safety concerns related to the newly constructed traffic switches and to check that no traffic safety issues are overlooked or misunderstood.

The other objectives of these safety audit were:

  • Check the compatibility between the safety features and the functional classification of the road sections, considering all road user groups;
  • Identify any feature that can, either now or with time, create a safety problem;
  • Identify additional features at the site that pose a safety hazard or risk to any of the road users;
  • Identify construction features that, if changed, could enhance safety.

1 April 2015

Once again, oOh! Media has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a Traffic Safety Assessment to support preparation of a Section 96 modification application to North Sydney Council to change the dwell time on the digital advertising sign that is located on the Bayer Building, in North Sydney, NSW.

26 March 2015

As our team members' impressive experience in the cycling related projects is well known and recognised so Traffic Engineering Centre has been appointed by City of Sydney to undertake two design stages and a pre-opening road safety audits of the design and construction of their Bourke Street Cycle Network project.

25 March 2015

John Holland, one of Australia's leading engineering, contracting and services providers to the infrastructure, energy and resources and transport service, has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time to undertake road safety audits of the detailed design for crash barriers which are proposed to be installed on the eastern side of Balmain Road Bridge and the Catherine Road Bridge, in Lilyfield, NSW.

By conducting these audits, Traffic Engineering Centre would intend to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

10 March 2015

oOH! Media's national digital billboard presence is set to be boosted with a number of additional digital billboards in Sydney. Traffic Engineering Centre has been chosen by oOh! Media to undertake traffic safety assessment of the 3 (three) proposed options for the replacement of the current roof advertising sign at 423 Pacific Highway, in Crows Nest, with a new LED sign.

5 March 2015

Lindsay Bennelong Development Pty Ltd has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to assess the risk associated with a potential road safety hazard whereby a car erroneously crashes in the new Masters store's car park, in Northmead, NSW.

1 March 2015

Kanjian & Company [Solicitors & Attorneys] has engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding a court case.

20 February 2015

Outdoor Consulting Pty Ltd has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a traffic safety assessment to support a DA for digital LED signs to be placed on both sides of the pedestrian bridge, in Gordon, NSW.

18 February 2015

Traffic Engineering Centre, is these days, a well known traffic engineering brand and when it comes to quality of service it is used as a synonym for the best. Our only market research is talking to our customers to hear what they like with our service, in which area might we get even better and where do we need to improve. Tailoring our service to match our clients' needs and demands has always been a part of Traffic Engineering Centre's way. With us, a client is involved personally in creating a piece of the Australian future.

15 February 2015

Princess Highway Upgrade project – Foxground and Berry Bypass is a $350million+ project which includes an upgrade of 11km of the Princess Highway to a four lane divided carriageway between Foxground and Berry, as well as the construction of a number of new interchanges.

The project will improve road safety and traffic efficiency. Traffic Engineering Centre has been engaged [by Fulton Hogan, approved by RMS] in undertaking road safety audits of any stage and complexity.

13 February 2015

Following our team members' impressive experience and reputation gained in the shared zones related projects, ARUP has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a design stage road safety audit of a proposed Shared Zone on Wilson Lane Shared Zone, in Newtown (Sydney), NSW.

22 January 2015

We are pleased to announce that two of our team members now hold the Orange Card, being fully accredited to design & inspect Traffic Control Plans (TCPs). With another three Red Card holders in the team (accredited to select/modify TCPs), Traffic Engineering Centre's very experienced experts are fully accredited to design, inspect, select, modify and audit any TCP which meets OHS and legislate requirements.

15 January 2015

Willoughby City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a traffic impact and parking study to identify potential impacts of the usage of 17 (seventeen) netball and basketball courts, located adjacent to the Willoughby Leisure Centre, in Willoughby, NSW.

15 January 2015

OPUS International Consultants (Australia) Pty Ltd has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre is pleased to prepare this proposal for (OPUS) to undertake Stage 2 (Preliminary design) and Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audits of design for the Anzac Parade / Bilga Crescent / Kenny Avenue Intersection Upgrade Project, in Malabar (Sydney), NSW.

By conducting the Road Safety Audits of the designs, Traffic Engineering Centre would intend to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in each design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

13 January 2015

CARDNO is another great consulting company who has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake design stages Road Safety Audits of the design for the Beecroft and Waitara Railway Stations upgrade, in Sydney, NSW.

By conducting the Road Safety Audits of the designs, Traffic Engineering Centre would intend to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in each design which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.

1 January 2015

Happy New Year!

Looking ahead to 2015, Traffic Engineering Centre, as an established brand name, is well placed to contribute our service expansive strategy, while strengthening the foundations of the business to ensure we remain a leader in the provision of the traffic engineering and traffic planning services.

Traffic Engineering Centre commence 2015 with a record level of secured work, a solid pipeline of future opportunities, strong cash flow, great team and above all an impressive client portfolio.

We are proud of our team members' proven ability to respond to any challenge and their continued focus in improving performances and quality of our work in order to satisfy even the most demanding clients. On that basis, we will continue to work hard to give you, our clients, the best traffic engineering and traffic planning services you will find in Australia.

Traffic Engineering Centre is also proud to continue to sponsor AITPM as a branch sponsor for NSW & ACT as well as to support charity organisation 'Youth Off The Street' to reach homeless kids throughout Sydney.

Traffic Engineering Centre will continue its mission to make Australia a better place, one project at a time.

24 December 2014

Another successful year is nearly over. To all our clients, associates, and friends, we are wishing a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We are looking forward to see and work with all of you in 2015.

23 December 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre provided financial support to help pay for Youth Off The Street's crisis intervention services to reach homeless kids this Christmas.

18 December 2014

Vantage Property and SMEC Australia Pty Ltd has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to help them delivering a safe design [from a traffic point of view] of the Edmondson Park subdivision development.

30 November 2014

After successfully delivering road safety audits of all stages and complexity for the Princess Highway Upgrade at Gerringong, Fulton Hogan has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time on a half a billion dollar project – the upgrade of 11km of the Princess Highway known as the Berry Bypass Project.

14 November 2014

Willoughby Council has engaged us to undertake a Stage 3 (Detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the design for the proposed bus stop shelter on Smith Street, near its intersection with Gibbes Street, in Chatswood, NSW.

12 November 2014

As a dynamically growing consulting firm, Traffic Engineering Centre continually investing, evaluate and decide on the applicability of additional methods, including newly purchased video technology to use in helping our clients to get the best possible value from us.

5 November 2014

John Holland, one of Australia's leading engineering , contracting and services providers to the infrastructure, energy and resources and transport service, has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as one of the preferred expert subcontractors to help and strength their bid for upgrade of four railway stations in Sydney.

3 November 2014

Once again, Fulton Hogan has engaged us on Princes Highway Upgrade project near Gerringong, NSW. The A$369 million project includes the upgrade of 7.5km of the Princess Highway, to a four lane divided carriageway between Mount Pleasant and Toolijooa Road; and the construction of two new interchanges with access to Gerringong and Gerroa. The project will improve road safety and traffic efficiency. Traffic Engineering Centre is undertaking comprehensive design stage and pre-opening road safety audits of a new traffic switch on the Princess Highway upgrade at Gerringong.

22 October 2014

Henry Davis York, Urban Concept and oOH! Media have engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding a court case.

20 October 2014

OPUS and Randwick City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a road safety / risk assessment regarding the proposed installation of a movable parklet on Clovelly Road, near its intersection with Mount Street, in Randwick LGA, NSW. Randwick City Council would like the form of risk assessment to assess the current risks of parklet, suggest mitigation measures and then re-assess the risk with the mitigation measured in place.

10 October 2014

Parramatta City Council is considering formalising pedestrian behaviour by installing sets of stairs along the median to accommodate the pedestrian desire lines on South Street from Russell Street to William Street, in Granville. To check potential traffic safety issues associated to the project, the Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a road safety audit of the detailed design of the porphyry steps in the [street] median and associated works.

6 October 2014

Today, Traffic Engineering Centre celebrates the second anniversary of making Australia a better place – one project at a time. We would like to use this occasion to thank our dear Clients, without whom all these would not be possible. We continue to measure our success based on our clients' satisfaction, and live to the motto "Our clients are our partners". We would also like to thank our team members and friends, for doing something we are all really proud of, and for helping Traffic Engineering Centre to become a company of value, rather than just a company of success.

2 October 2014

Traffic Engineering centre has successfully delivered a comprehensive detailed design road safety audit to City of Sydney of the tender design for its Thomas Street Project.

22 September 2014

Willoughby City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to assess a couple of newly proposed options and to undertake a Traffic Impact and Parking Study to identify potential impacts of a couple of newly proposed options for the proposed development of a multi-purpose indoor sporting facility at Gore Hill Park in St. Leonards, NSW.

18 September 2014

OPUS International Consultants (Australia) Pty Ltd has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time to help them to strength their bid for design of the Randwick Intersection upgrade.

10 September 2014

Willoughby City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a safety review of a number of bus stops. In response, Traffic Engineering Centre have successfully undertaken a number of comprehensive stage 5 (existing road) road safety audits of the existing bus stops as well as adjacent streets sections. We have checked whether the current location of the bus stop shelters cause any traffic safety problems and whether the adjacent road sections and their features are compatible with their intended purpose and at an appropriate level of safety.

8 September 2014

GEODATA, another one big international company, has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as the preferred traffic engineering consultants to strength their bid for a design project for the NSRU Alliance.

5 September 2014

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, had a very successful presentation at the AITPM NSW organised Technical Seminar. Zoran shared his extensive knowledge and experience on the worksite road safety auditing by presenting a very interesting topic titled "Roadwork Traffic Scheme Road Safety Audits – a roadwork must be safe for both the road workers and the road users".

Ian Monaghan, Design Manager (Safety Audits) with Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW, said about the presentations [quote]: "A good presentation and very topical. It is obvious to me that there is sometimes a lack of knowledge or willingness to establish the worksite safely. Your application of logic is a valuable safety tool. This is what its all about I am afraid. Logic goes out the window with some people when asked to do this type of work."

4 September 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre has been engaged by BG&E ['Medium Sized Firm of the Year' and winner of Consult Australia Awards for Excellence 2012 & 2013] as the preferred traffic engineering consulting company to help them on design for a shared path bridge over Nepean River including approaches, between Penrith and Emu Plains, NSW.

22 August 2014

After we successfully delivered SIDRA Analysis and Traffic Impact Assessment for the proposed Beattie Street / Mullens Street / Montague Street intersection upgrade to traffic signals, Leichhardt Municipal Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time to undertake a Stage 5 (existing road) road safety audit to fulfil the Council's obligations of ensuring road safety along the section of Victoria Road adjacent to Roselle Public School, in Rozelle, NSW. The emphasis of this road safety audit will be on considering the installation of a 40km/h School Zone, similar to other sites within the Sydney Metropolitan Area.

21 August 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre continue being a philanthropic company which supports disadvantaged young people by donating to the Youth Off The Street charity.

The fund we have provided for the last year will assist the Youth Off The Street charity in providing services for young people who are homeless, disadvantaged or struggling to live with the effect of abuse and neglect. By supporting and donating to Youth Off The Street charity, Traffic Engineering Centre is offering our nation's most vulnerable the chance to reach a brighter future through early intervention, education, rehabilitation, safe accommodation and psychological care.

19 August 2014

Willoughby City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a Traffic Impact and Parking Study to identify potential impacts of the proposed development of a multi-purpose indoor sporting facility at one of the two considered locations at Gore Hill Park in St. Leonards, NSW.

13 August 2014

NSRU Alliance has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake another Stage 1 (Feasibility stage) Road Safety Audit, this time for the fourth road works / footpath work design option under the Allen Street bridge at Arncliffe, NSW.

11 August 2014

North Strathfield Railway Underpass (NSRU) Alliance has engaged us to undertake a Stage 4 (Pre-opening) Road Safety Audit for the section of Pomeroy Street, immediately after the Pomeroy Street Bridge and the Pomeroy Overbridge, North Strathfield, NSW.

5 August 2014

Fulton Hogan has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, a leading expert company on the road safety auditing, to undertake Roadwork Traffic Scheme Road Safety Audit of the roadwork and the staging arrangement along 7 km long road section – Gerringong Upgrade Project, Gerringong, NSW.

3 August 2014

OPUS International Consultants has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time to undertake Stage 3 (detailed design) Road Safety Audit of the design for the bridge deck replacement at Bottle Creek and More White Gully bridges, located near Cobbadah (100km north of Tamworth), NSW.

1 August 2014

OPUS International Consultants has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake Stage 2 (preliminary design) Road Safety Audit of the preliminary design of a car park(s) proposed to be located in an existing wide median on Anzac Parade, in Maroubra, NSW.

18 July 2014

Leichhardt Municipal Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a SIDRA analysis of the two proposed signalised options for an intersection upgrade, and check whether any right turn restriction would need to apply in order to improve the performance of a signal operation.

Assessment of the traffic impacts associated with the proposed intersection's upgrade from a roundabout to a signalised intersection, would involve a comparison between the SIDRA model outputs for the do-nothing scenario (roundabout) and the proposed two signalised intersection scenarios. This analysis would also involve a comparison between the two proposed signalised options.

17 July 2014

Being very pleased with the quality of our work and expertises, NSRU Alliance has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time to undertake a pedestrian 'Origin-Destination' (O-D) survey in and around Wollongong Road/Allen Street/Arncliffe Station/ Al Zahra College precinct with emphasis on both sides of Allen Street under and in vicinity to the railway bridge, in Arncliffe, NSW.

7 July 2014

BG&E, a 'Medium Sized Firm of the Year' and winner of Consult Australia Awards for Excellence 2012 & 2013, has invited Traffic Engineering Centre, as their preferred traffic engineering consulting company, to help them to strengthen their bid for design of a shared path bridge over Nepean River including approaches, between Penrith and Emu Plains, NSW.

Graeme Reid, BG&E's Business Development Manager, expressed his gratitude by saying [quote]: "We think we have put in a pretty good proposal. Thank you for your efforts and contribution."

4 July 2014

Fulton Hogan continues its lasting relationship with Traffic Engineering Centre, a brand name in area of road safety auditing.

This time, we have conducted a stage 4 (pre-opening) road safety audit of the newly constructed Lane Cove Road Eastbound On-Ramp to the M2 Motorway, in Macquarie Park, NSW. The main objective of this road safety audit was to identify road safety concerns related to the newly constructed on-ramp, and to check that no traffic safety issues are overlooked or misunderstood.

30 June 2014

NSRU Alliance and TfNSW have engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to assess and compare, from traffic safety point of view, three roadworks / footpath works design options under the Allen Street bridge, in Arncliffe, NSW.

26 June 2014

GTA Consultants has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, a proved name in cycling facilities safety assessment, to conduct a stage 3 (detailed design) road safety audit of the detailed design of a separated bidirectional cycleway along the northern side of Day Avenue, between Doncaster Avenue and Anzac Parade, in Kensington (Sydney).

25 June 2014

We have won some more work in Queensland as, apart from NSW and ACT, Traffic Engineering Centre has already established its reputation in North Queensland as a respected traffic engineering consulting company.

This time we helped Harrison Grierson by successfully delivering a comprehensive traffic impact and parking study which identified potential impacts of the proposed development/reconfiguration of a Lot at 28, 40, 52 & 64 Texas Road and 15 Slayton Road, in Jensen (just north of Townsville), QLD.

25 June 2014

City of Sydney has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake stage 2 (preliminary design), stage 3 (detailed design) and stage 4 (pre-opening) road safety audits of design and post-construction of Green Square Town Centre, in Sydney, NSW. Green Square Town Centre includes a community library and a public plaza while, within the site, while the City of Sydney also proposed to include a new shared zone which will provide service access to the library and plaza and traffic activation of the adjacent commercial developments.

Traffic Engineering Centre would intend to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the design which, if addressed, would improve safety and amenity for all categories of road users.

23 June 2014

Willoughby City Council required from Traffic Engineering Centre a safety review of a bus stop located at the corner of Penshurst Street and Forsyth Street in North Willoughby, NSW. The issue was that a number of residents have complained that a bus shelter was blocking the sightline of the oncoming traffic on Penshurst Street if a driver was turning right or left out of Forsyth Street.

In response, Traffic Engineering Centre have successfully undertaken a comprehensive stage 5 (existing road) road safety audit of the existing bus stop as well as adjacent streets sections. We have checked whether the current location of the bus shelter cause any traffic safety problems, such as e.g. blocking the sightline of the oncoming traffic on Penshurst Street for drivers turning left or right out of Forsyth Street. The audit has also checked whether the adjacent road sections and their features are compatible with their intended purpose, and whether these are at an appropriate level of safety.

16 June 2014

Willoughby City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre for the sixth time, this time to undertake a comprehensive risk assessment regarding the proposed installation of the JCDecaux Advertising Bollards and their potential impact on the pedestrian/vehicular interaction at 24 locations throughout Chatswood, Willoughby, North Bridge, St Leonards and Artarmon, NSW.

11 June 2014

OPUS International Consultants and Traffic Engineering Centre joined their experts to help Transport for NSW once again, and have undertaken a pre-opening road safety audit of the newly constructed Stage 2 Commuter car park in Oak Flats, NSW.

6 June 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre is further growing its business by expanding in area of traffic/transport related site design projects.

A number of our clients have already expressed their satisfaction with the quality of our design. Our very experienced designers know that when it comes to transportation and site design projects, they all have one thing in common: when finished, they need to accommodate for a variety of different vehicles.

By introducing Autodesk' AutoCAD and Vehicle Tracking softwares, we are now in strong position to create stunning parking design solutions for projects both large and small, as well as to undertake a comprehensive vehicle swept path analysis, and to predictably evaluate vehicle movements on transportation or site design projects.

4 June 2014

After they witnessed the quality of our work, Baker Kavanagh Architects has asked Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake traffic impact and parking study to identify potential impacts of the proposed development of a mixed-use development at 357-359 Mann Street (Pacific Highway), in East Gosford, as well as to review their proposed parking design.

26 May 2014

Burwood Council engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a safety inspection of an existing pedestrian crossing on Shaftesbury Road, located in proximity to the Shaftesbury Road / Waimea Street intersection, in Burwood.

We have checked whether the safety features of the pedestrian crossing and adjacent road sections are compatible with their intended purpose, and whether these are at an appropriate level of safety. We also identified a few features which may develop over time into safety concern.

Our comprehensive report was very well received by Roberto Di Federico, Council's Manager – Traffic & Transport, according to whom (quote): "The report looks very thorough."

23 May 2014

On behalf of Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW, Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully completed an inventory survey of the school bus stops along a 750km long section of the HW17 Newell Highway, between Marsden and Boggabilla, NSW. The observed school bus stops were those located in the rural environment, within the posted speed limit zones of 80km/h and above.

16 May 2014

OPUS International Consultants and Traffic Engineering Centre continue to work together, further strengthening our already strong partnership in the road safety auditing field. On this occasion, our road safety experts helped Road and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW by undertaking four pre-opening road safety audits following the construction of Wire Rope Safety Barrier (WRSB) over sections of the Pacific Highway at Coolongolook, Possum Brush, North Arm Cove and Purfleet, NSW.

15 May 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully completed another Traffic Impact and Parking Assessment study for Willoughby City Council, this time to support their internal DA for a multi-purpose sporting facility at Gore Hill Park in St. Leonards. A great feedback from Gary Parsons, Council's Major Projects Delivery Manager (quote): "Thank you for the report, it all looks pretty straight forward and sufficient for our purposes", energise all of us to do an even better job in the future.

13 May 2014

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, presented at the AITPM NSW organised Technical Seminar about Parking Policy and Management. Zoran shared his extensive experience on parking planning, design and auditing by presenting a very interesting topic titled "Little but important features that make a big impact on car park usage and safety".

11 May 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre continue to support Youth Off The Streets, a non-denominational community organisation working for young people aged 12-21 who are facing challenges of homelessness, drug and alcohol dependency, exclusion from school, neglect and abuse. We support these young people as they work to turn their lives around and overcome immense personal traumas such as neglect and physical, psychological and emotional abuse.

Traffic Engineering Centre has provided enough funding to give a whole week of safe accommodation at Don Bosco Home, so at least one homeless young person don't have to sleep rough.

6 May 2014

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake Rural bus stop survey along 750km long section of HW17 Newell Highway, between Marsden and Boggabilla, NSW. This is just another confirmation of the high quality studies we did previously for RMS throughout NSW (please refer to our client's testimonials on our About Us page).

5 May 2014

OPUS International Consultants and Traffic Engineering Centre continue to work together, building a lasting partnership. This time we have joined our experts to help Transport for NSW by undertaking a pre-opening road safety audit of the newly constructed Stage 1 Commuter car park in Oak Flats, NSW.

2 May 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered a comprehensive pre-opening road safety audit of the newly constructed Gordon Commuter car park and the Interchange on Werona Avenue, in Gordon, NSW. We were chosen by Transport for NSW and engaged by the OPUS International Consultants' as their subcontractors.

28 April 2014

KMH Environmental has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as the preferred traffic engineering company to strengthen their bid for EIS related to the redevelopment of the Vineyard Railway Station, Sydney CBD, NSW.

10 April 2014

As being extremely satisfied with our previous work (please refer to our client's testimonials on our About Us page), Fulton Hogan, one of the biggest names across Australasia in the transport infrastructure, water, energy, mining and land development sectors, has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre once again, this time to help them in regards to the M2 Motorway / Lane Cove Road Eastbound On-Ramp construction work. To help Fulton Hogan in their attempt to ensure safety at and on approach to the work site, Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered a desk-top road safety audit of the Traffic Control Plans as well as a full scale Roadwork traffic scheme Road Safety Audit.

2 April 2014

"Hunt & Hunt Lawyers" and "Alliance Insurance" have approached our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Forensic Traffic Engineer and Expert Witness, to help them regarding a court case.

31 March 2014

Willoughby City Council has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre (again) as the preferred traffic engineering expert firm to undertake a traffic impact and parking assessment study to identify potential impact of the proposed development of a multi-purpose indoor sporting facility at Gore Hill Park, in St Leonards (Sydney), NSW.

24 March 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre and INDESCo (Canberra office) have successfully bid together and consequently won to undertake black-spot studies at a number of pre-identified locations in Canberra that meet Federal Black Spot criteria in order to enhance road safety in ACT.

20 March 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre has already established its reputation as a company able to successfully undertake a traffic study of any stage and complexity. Therefore, and following successful delivery of the previous studies of the similar nature, Willoughby City Council has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as the preferred traffic engineering expert firm to undertake a traffic impact and parking assessment study to identify potential impact of a proposed three-story residential and mixed-use retail development at 2 Elisabeth Street, in Artarmon (Sydney), NSW.

18 March 2014

Willoughby City Council has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre (again) as the preferred traffic engineering expert firm to undertake a traffic impact and parking assessment study to identify potential impact of the proposed redevelopment of the Chatswood High School Oval, in Chatswood (Sydney), NSW.

25 February 2014

KMH Environmental has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as the preferred traffic engineering company to strengthen their bid for EIS related to the Signal Power Upgrade from Strathfield to Hornsby, Sydney, NSW.

25 February 2014

"Beatty Legal", a respected solicitor firm from Sydney and "Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park" have engaged our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Expert Witness, to help them winning their case at the Environmental Court.

21 February 2014

"Fulton Hogan" appointed our road safety auditing experts once again, this time to undertake a pre-opening road safety audit of the Port Botany Expansion – Patrick Terminal Access Ramp D.

18 February 2014

"Slater & Gordon" is another one very well known solicitor firm that select our Director, Zoran Bakovic, an experienced Expert Witness, to help them winning their road crash related compensation cases.

17 February 2014

From today, Traffic Engineering Centre's office is at a new location: Suite 8, 2 Kochia Lane, Lindfield, NSW 2070. The office phone numbers remain the same.

10 February 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre is the first traffic consulting company that has converted its web-site into the mobile-friendly version. Our web-site is now very easy to read on the mobile devices.

We continue to focus on ensuring our customers have a great experience dealing with Traffic Engineering Centre, making it easy for them to reach us in the most convenient way possible.

30 January 2014

GTA Consultants has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake an independent road safety audit of their design of separated bidirectional cycleway along the northern side of Day Avenue, in Kensington (Sydney).

24 January 2014

Very soon, our web-site will be converted into its mobile-friendly version, making our website easy to read on the mobile devices. Our new mobile site will adopt the look and feel of our desktop site.

We continue to focus on ensuring our customers have a great experience dealing with Traffic Engineering Centre, making it easy for them to reach us in the most convenient way possible.

20 January 2014

Traffic Engineering Centre is proud sponsor of the AITPM organised Breakfast Seminar on the Sydney Clearways Strategy, at RMS' North Sydney office, on 11 February 2014. The presentation will be delivered by RMS Director Journey Management, Mr Ken Kanofski. That will be an excellent opportunity to keep up to date with the latest transport polices and plans for the Sydney's transport future.

17 January 2014

In an attempt to assemble the best possible team for the Light Rail project in the ACT (from Civic to Gungahlin), Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) invited Traffic Engineering Centre and Zoran Bakovic (our Director), one of the leading experts on road safety auditing, to join PB's team to strengthen their chance for a successfully bid to audit the design of 25 intersections spread over 12.5km long road section.

16 January 2014

Being more than happy with what we delivered on the previous occasion, North Strathfield Rail Underpass (NSRU) Alliance has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre for the second time in a month, this time to prepare a road safety audit on the section of Queen Street near the Pomeroy Street bridge, in North Strathfield (Sydney). The Alliance would like Traffic Engineering Centre to determine, in particular, the requirements of any traffic barrier at the subject location.

15 January 2014

OPUS International Consultants and Traffic Engineering Centre continue to work together, building a lasting partnership. This time we have joined our experts to help Auburn City Council by undertaking a pedestrian road safety audit of the concept design for the Amy Street/Auburn Road and Park Road/Carlingford Street roundabouts and overpass, in Regents Park (Sydney).

1 January 2014

To our clients, team members and Associates, we wish a successful, prosperous and terrific 2014!

We are delighted to have each and every one of you, our dear customers, and we look forward to serving you in the new year.

We are grateful to each and everyone of you, our dear team members and associates, for your tremendous effort and we do appreciate your contribution to Traffic Engineering Centre's success in the previous year.

25 December 2013

Philanthropy is a fundamental part of our company's culture, and for us, giving back to the community is as much a part of our company's DNA as making a profit. Traffic Engineering Centre continues to maintain the culture of giving as we wish to make a difference in lives of those less fortunate.

On this day, we haven't forgotten the disadvantaged young people (most of which still children) who may not have a Christmas lunch as the rest of us. Therefore Traffic Engineering Centre provided enough fund (through 'Youth off the Street' charity foundation) for ten hot Christmas meals from the Charity's food van, which runs 345 nights of the year and is operated solely by their volunteers.

23 December 2013

Willoughby City Council has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as the preferred traffic engineering expert firm to undertake a traffic study to identify potential impact of the proposed redevelopment of the Artarmon Children's Centre at 3 Abbott Road, Artarmon, NSW.

17 December 2013

North Strathfield Rail Underpass (NSRU) Alliance (SKM & PB), in collaboration with RMS NSW, has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, a proven name in the field of road safety, to prepare a road safety audit on Queen Street, south of the Concord West railway station. The Alliance would like Traffic Engineering Centre to determine, in particular, the requirements of any traffic barrier at the subject location that would meet Council's standards.

13 December 2013

OPUS International Consultants Pty Ltd, a great and worldwide known consulting company, has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to jointly undertake two pre-opening road safety audits for the newly constructed commuter car parks in proximity to the Kiama and Moss Vale railway stations, NSW.

6 December 2013

For the third time in the last few months, BMD Construction has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as a preferred sub-contractor, to strengthen their bid for roadwork on MR537 Richmond Road, Townson Road to Garfield Road West – Stage 2 Project, Marsden Park, Blacktown LGA, NSW.

2 December 2013

Once again, Parramatta City Council has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre, to undertake road safety audit and assess the proposed seagull island at the Fitzwilliam Road/Reynolds Street intersection, Old Toongabbie, NSW.

29 November 2013

KMH Environmental has again chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as the preferred sub-consulting company in respect of traffic engineering to strengthen their bid for EIS related to the redevelopment of the site located at 24 Holbeche Road, Arndell Park, NSW.

15 November 2013

Our team has extensive expert witness experience in all aspects of traffic engineering matters. We have provided traffic engineering witness advice in respect of road crashes, prepared detailed reports for presentation to the court and appeared as the expert witnesses on the client's behalf.

To further strengthen our capabilities in this particular area, Zoran Bakovic, our Director and Principal Traffic Engineer, has successfully completed UNSW organised Expert Witness Training, presented by Associate Professor Hugh Selby.

1 November 2013

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software, such as Mapinfo, provide powerful data visualization and analysis tools. Traffic Engineering Centre uses Mapinfo to leverage value by turning data into useful information to assist decision makers.

Our traffic engineering associate, Ben Hubbard is an experienced Mapinfo GIS user and is able to develop, populate and deploy GIS using Mapinfo. Ben's experience with Mapinfo mean he is able to assist with all aspects of GIS development from developing system specifications through to data capture and management of database development to data validation, system deployment and training.

18 October 2013

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, presented at the AITPM NSW organised Regional Seminar in Dubbo. Zoran shared his extensive experience on railway crossings' risk assessments/auditing by presenting an interesting topic titled 'Railway Crossing Safety – far more than just avoiding to be hit by a train'.


6 October 2013

Today, Traffic Engineering Centre celebrates the first anniversary, the first very successful year in business, one of many to come. We would like to use this occasion to thank our Clients, who believed in us and without whom all these would not be possible. This is why our company's motto is "Our clients are our partners".

We would like to thank our team, which prides itself on over 60 years of collective experience, for excellent engineering and, above all, great customer service. This is a time when we all remind ourselves about the things we really love about our business: the freedom it gives us, the satisfaction we get from a job well done, the people we work with, our relationship with our clients, and the blood, sweet and tears that have gone into doing something we are really proud of.

On this day we haven't forgotten to give back to the community, to many young people in need (through 'Youth off the Street' charity foundation). Traffic Engineering Centre Pty Ltd provided a student 'Resources kit' for three young people attending one of the Charity's five accredited high schools that provide disadvantaged young people with the opportunity to achieve an education in an alternative setting. We have also provided enough funds for ten hot meals from the Charity's Food Van, which runs 345 nights of the year and is operated solely by their volunteers.


2 October 2013

Our team members have an extensive experience in delivering Traffic Impact Assessments to support the REFs. Therefore, KMH Environmental as one of the leading environmental companies has chosen Traffic Engneering Centre as the preferred subcontractor on traffic engineering, to help them to successfully prepare a bid for a TransGrid's project (Beaconsfield West 330/132KV Substation Refurbishment).


1 October 2013

After successfully delivering detailed design road safety audits for each of the 7 (seven) stages of their North Penrith development, UrbanGrowth NSW engaged Traffic Engineering Centre again, this time to undertake a detailed design road safety audit for the upgrade of the MR155 Castlereagh Road / Thornton Road intersection, in North Penrith.


30 September 2013

Traffic Engineering Centre has already established its presences in North QLD, as we delivered a number of traffic impact studies and link traffic studies for DTMR QLD as well as few local councils. Therefore, it comes with no surprise that North QLD office of 'Harrison Grierson' (one of Australasia's leading advisory and design organisations) has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre, as the partner company in the field of traffic engineering.


27 September 2013

Being engaged by 'RMS NSW' (Western Region), Traffic Engineering Centre investigates some very sensitive road safety issues, assessing the crash potential and feasibility of potential safety improvements along the 50km/h section of MR253 Jenolan Caves Road near Hampton Public School, in Hampton.


25 September 2013

'Minale Tattersfield Australia', a leading way-finding design and branding agency, has engaged our experts on road safety to support their bid for the design and installation of the way-finding signage for Bay Run, Leichardt Council LGA.


9 September 2013

Being engaged by 'RMS NSW' (Western Region), Traffic Engineering Centre has successfully delivered 6 (six) pre-opening road safety for the road upgrade works on HW7 Mitchell Highway and HW17 Newell Highway. Our satisfied clients are always the best indication of the quality of our work. Therefore, it comes to us as a great pleasure when Joshua Parkin, Leader Network Optimisation Planning (Western), expressed his satisfaction with our work saying (quote): "I found the audits to be high quality and especially helpful in describing the mechanism of likely failure (ie. What would happen if the risk event occurs). I also appreciated the effort you put into the photos and the video provided."


29 August 2013

Singleton Council appointed our road safety experts to undertake traffic safety assessment and qualitative pavement assessment of thirteen road sections within Singleton local government area.


22 August 2013

Traffic Engineering Centre Pty Ltd is now on Gosford City Council's Panel for Traffic Engineering and Road Safety Auditing for work up to $120,000.


20 August 2013

Fulton Hogan, as one of the major companies in the road construction industry, has appointed three of our very experienced Level 3 Road Safety Auditors to undertake a Roadwork traffic scheme road safety audit for the Port Botany Redevelopment – Ramp D Work. The main objective of this road safety audit is to identify relevant road safety deficiencies in the temporary traffic management and the arrangement of traffic control devices which, if addressed, would improve safety for all categories of road users.


13 August 2013

City of Sydney has engaged Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake Preliminary design road safety audit for their Thomas Street Project. The study area comprises the section of Thomas Street between Hay Street and Quay Street, and the section of Hay Street, between George Street and its corner just after Kimber Lane. The main objective of this road safety audit is to identify road safety concerns related to the preliminary design and to check that no issues are overlooked or misunderstood.


26 July 2013

After we helped 'UrbanGrowth NSW' and 'Craig & Rhodes' to successfully deliver the Stage 2 of the North Penrith Development, these two well known companies appointed Traffic Engineering Centre again to help them to effectively deliver the further development's stages: 2B, 2C, 2D, 3A and 3B. Repeated work is the best measure of our clients' satisfaction, quality of our work and our performance.


16 July 2013

Our Director, Zoran Bakovic, has been elected as Vice President of AITPM (NSW & ACT). (www.aitpm.com.au).


1 July 2013

In the new 2013/2014 financial year, Traffic Engineering Centre are going to donate a percentage of its gross revenue to support disadvantaged and lost young people, in an attempt to create an entirely new future for them.

By supporting 'Youth Off The Streets' foundation, we would like to help young victims of trauma and abuse who urgently need emergency accommodation and psychological support. (http://www.youthoffthestreets.com.au) Traffic Engineering Centre is also looking forward to establish its own foundation in the foreseeing future.


15 June 2013

Everett Evans, (www.everettevans.com.au) is another solicitor firm that choose Traffic Engineering Centre to help them winning their road crash related compensation cases.


13 June 2013

Two of out three Level 3 Road Safety Auditors have completed 'Road Safety Audits for Leaders' training jointly organised by 'Transport for NSW' and 'SAI Global'.

This means that our experienced and successful road safety audit team members are going to maintain their accreditation level under the new accreditation scheme, starting on 1 January 2014.


10 June 2013

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, is now listed as an expert for both Traffic Engineering and Traffic Crash Analysis with the University of NSW's 'Unisearch Expert Opinion Services'.

'Unisearch Expert Opinion Services' provides opinions from articulate individuals who have both the practical experience and the academic qualifications to present a fully informed opinion in their field of expertise.


24 May 2013

To fulfil its obligations to reduce likelihood of vehicles from Norwest Boulevard / Windsor Road intersection entering the outdoor play area of the proposed Atlas Child Centre, Beale & Daley Pty Ltd commissioned Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a risk assessment.

The Hills Shire Council has requested that an assessment be provided demonstrating the safety of the children in the outdoor play area in relation to the proposed childproof palisade fencing and whether it is adequate in respect to minimising the risk from errant vehicles from Norwest Boulevard / Windsor Road intersection entering the outdoor play area.


23 May 2013

As widely recognised experts on forensic accident analysis and, road and traffic safety, Traffic Engineering Centre has been engaged by a very well known Australian law firms, Shine Lawyers, to help them in regards to their road and traffic accident cases.

We are very excited to be associated with such a great law firm, and for an opportunity to help a number of their solicitors with our extensive skill, knowledge and experience.


10 May 2013

For the second time in only a few months, DMD Contractions has chosen Traffic Engineering Centre as preferred consultant on road safety audits (construction and pre-opening stages in particular) to further strength their bid for the Central Coast Highway (Brisbane Waters Drive ad Manns Road intersections) project, in West Gosford, NSW.


11 April 2013

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, presented at the AITPM NSW organised cycling planning, design and safety seminar. Zoran shared his extensive experience in working on cycling projects by presenting an interesting topic titled "Cycling safety in good facilities, in numbers, and in being open-mined to new ideas."


9 April 2013

Zoran Bakovic, our Director and Principal Traffic Engineer, gave a live interview today to Paul Bevan, host of "Drive" on ABC Radio . Zoran was asked to comment Ryan Park's (MP and Shadow Minister for Roads) media release in which Mr Park proposed to allow drivers to turn left after stopping at all red lights, to help reduce traffic congestion.


2 April 2013

City of Sydney appointed Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake Stage 3 (detailed design) road safety audit of the design for Crown Street Streetscape upgrade, in Sydney, NSW.

28 March 2013

Isaak Region Council (QLD) appointed Traffic Engineering Centre to provide a professional opinion in regard to the impact of the extra parking / traffic on the Moranbah State School' drop-off zone, in Moranbah, QLD.

28 February 2013

After City of Sydney, Glenfield Junction Alliance and Craig & Rhodes, Parramatta City Council also appointed Traffic Engineering Centre to undertake a road safety audit of preliminary design of a newly proposed Shared Zone.

27 February 2013

After we successfully delivered a traffic impact study for Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW, Traffic Engineering Centre has been appointed as the preferred consultant to deliver a link study (traffic planning/traffic impact assessment) by another one state road authority – this time by Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) QLD.

10 February 2013

Traffic Engineering Centre obtains SIDRA licence allowing for the detailed analysis of signalised and priority controlled intersections as well as roundabouts.

1 February 2013

We are proud to announce that from today Traffic Engineering Centre is officially a sponsor of the NSW Branch of the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning & Management (AITPM).

We strongly support the work of this valuable organisation and are pleased to help contribute to its ongoing success.

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22 January 2013

We are pleased to announce that Keith Varga is now associated with Traffic Engineering Centre.

Keith is recognised as one of the top experts in preparing Traffic Control Plans and Traffic Switches. His expertise supplements our extensive experience and capabilities in the road safety auditing and risk management areas.

Traffic Engineering Centre is now capable to offer a full road and work safety package in regards to any construction project, helping even the biggest client to provide a safe working environment, while delivering great construction projects.


14 December 2012

We are proud to announce that Traffic Engineering Centre is going to sponsor AITPM for the next 3 years.


22 November 2012

The Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Modelling (AITPM) has run a half day technical workshop on current developments in the field of traffic management, with industry representatives proving an overview on the modern and innovative practices.

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW, 3M and a number of consulting companies have presented their experience from the field of road construction traffic management.

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, presented Traffic Engineering Centre's experience in conducting construction (roadworks) stage of road safety audits.

The title of his presentation was: "Construction (Roadworks) Stage of Road Safety Audits – Lessons To Learn".


6 October 2012

Zoran Bakovic, our Director, has published his first book titled "Pedestrian Behaviour at Road Crossings". The book has been published by a German publishing house, Lambert Academic Publishing. It can be purchased online at Amazon.com.

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