Welcome to Traffic R Us
Traffic management is more than road cones and vehicle routes.
Our plans and methods ensure a smooth, safe and convenient flow of traffic.
NZTA 2021 TTM Training Requirements
Traffic R Us are here to help you and your organisation navigate the changes to the TTM Industry as the new Training and Competency Model comes in to effect.
The first new NZTA qualification module is called “General Worker”. It is a requirement for anyone working on New Zealand roads after 1st April 2020.
If you’d like to ensure you are compliant in 2021, get in touch now. Traffic R Us can assist with a plan to ensure you and your team are ready for the new year — and that you experience minimal disruption to your day-to-day operations in 2021. We can then assist you to implement this plan so that your staff can demonstrate the required competencies in the tasks they are undertaking.
Overall, the updated standards from the NZTA are a chance for STMS’s to achieve a formal New Zealand Certificate in Temporary Traffic Management for the first time. This has been a long time coming and is great for people in our industry. As will be the significantly improved safety levels we can expect to see for those working on our roads in the future.
Detailed Traffic Management
Our traffic management plans are detailed and fit-for-purpose.
Safety and convenience underpin everything we do at Traffic R Us. We ensure traffic flows smoothly with minimal disruption, but we never compromise on safety.
Safe and smooth Traffic Management
With Traffic R Us, you get a safe, efficient and reliable traffic management service.
We prepare for a huge range of contingencies and have the experience and expertise to adapt when needed. Most of our people grew up driving on the roads of Christchurch. That local understanding gives us an innate knowledge of what’s required to manage traffic in this city.
Minimise Traffic Delays
For us, traffic management is about minimising delays and disruption without compromising safety. We want everyone to have a smooth ride.