Egis Traffic Management Solutions is a traffic control company which offers quality traffic services to construction, road infrastructure companies and road owners in the greater Sydney region. We have selected modern, high profile heavy vehicles, which are uniquely presented for the purpose of ensuring safety. Our readily identified traffic control services are recognized and accredited by the RMS, construction companies and road constructors and road owners.
All vehicles are fully equipped with the required traffic control technology and equipment. Our staff are RMS accredited and are able to deploy traffic services in an effective, efficient, reliable and safe manner.
Our heavy vehicle fleet is fully fitted with the latest Australian standard equipment including, all necessary signage, directional arrow boards and personal safety equipment. As you would expect, our fleet offers a high level of visibility day or night.
Our clients include: Transurban, Visionstream, Transfield Services, Freyssinet, Douglas Partners, ECL Group, Caltex, Coffey, Environmental Resource Management and various local councils.
Egis Traffic Management Solutions is a supplier of traffic management services for operation in the greater Sydney region. The entity was formed in February 2013 with the first crew rolling out in May 2013. Our administration office and depot is located at 1/5 Stanton Rd, Seven Hills NSW. All operational aspects of the business are conducted from this address.
Egis Traffic Management Solutions is a subsidiary of Egis Road Operation Australia Pty Ltd, a road and tunnel operator of motorways in Australia and part of the global Egis group that currently operates 30 roads and motorways in 15 different countries in Europe, Asia and North America, i.e. a network of nearly 2000km (including 44km of tunnels).
Road maintenance and construction works require traffic management services to allow a safe working environment and safe traffic flow with minimum interruption.
Egis is a Quality, WH&S and Environmental endorsed company.
A traffic control plan demonstrates a method of controlling pedestrians and vehicles through and around a worksite. All plans are drawn to Australian Standard AS 1742.3.
In order to interrupt traffic an application must be made to the RMS or the road owner. Written permission is provided to the applicants by way of a Road Occupancy License (ROL) or letter of authority. Work permits are also required to be lodged to local government authorities and municipal councils.
A mandatory requirement to carry out traffic control. Staff must be accredited with relevant RMS competencies like, traffic controller, implement traffic control plans and others.
Provision of incident response services by experienced crews on the Hills M2 Motorway, Lane Cove tunnel for motorists utilising tow trucks, truck mounted attenuators (TMA’s) as well as major traffic incidents.
Used on high speed or high trafficable roads for lane closures or diversions and are solar operated for efficiency.
Mobile plant (trailer mounted) used where clients require additional lighting during roadworks within closures.
Solar operated electronic traffic signals warning motorists of pending and current roadworks. Also used to display variation in speed zones.