Traffic Engineering

 over thirty years of design experience

As traffic engineers we design a wide variety of traffic infrastructure and our services in this area include:

 Sites

We assist with the design of development sites including residential subdivisions, industrial estates, shopping centres, business parks, churches, and more. Our expertise includes:

  •  Access assessments
  •  Parking areas and buildings
  •  Vehicle circulation
  •  Truck loading facilities
  •  Subdivision street patterns

 Streets

We design streets and other movement networks. We have considerable experience in residential street design focussed on producing liveable streets.

  •  Street design
  •  Shared spaces
  •  Pedestrian facilities
  •  Cycling facilities
  •  Bus priority
  •  Traffic calming
  •  Temporary Traffic Management Plans (TMPs)

 Intersections

We study intersections, determine the most appropriate layout and form of control, and design the intersection layout:

  •  Traffic signals
  •  Roundabouts
  •  Priority intersections
  •  Bus priority
  •  Cyclist facilities
  •  Grade separation
  •  Traffic modelling

 Road Safety

We have considerable experience in road safety and provide:

  •  Safety audits for projects
  •  Safety audits for existing roads
  •  Site safety advice
  •  Crash reduction studies

 Other

Our other traffic engineering services include:

  •  Traffic resolutions

If you have a traffic engineering need please get in touch

Recent Projects

When Stride Property Group wanted to evaluate options for the redevelopment of its 5.2 hectare industrial site in East Tamaki, it engaged us to advise on access and development options.  One of those options, completely redeveloping the site as a

Life, a church headquartered in Mt Eden Auckland was facing considerable expansion and wished to increase the capacity of it's church buildings.

Recent Articles

This article is the second in a series on parking and explores the question "How Much Parking Do I Need?".

Part One looking at the changing regulations in Auckland is here.

This article is the first in a series on parking and we will be looking at the changing regulations around the provision of parking in Auckland.