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Traffic control devices manual (TCD Manual) - Part 10: Motorways and expressways

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The policy and location requirements for traffic signs and markings applicable to motorways and expressways. Use in conjunction with MOTSAM Parts 1 and 2 and the Traffic Control Devices Specification and Manual. The requirements of this policy are mandatory on state highways and recommended on other road controlling authority roads to ensure national consistency.

Signs and markings (permanent and temporary) index

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

Index to all the signs and markings (permanent and temporary) manuals and relevant specifications.

Traffic control devices manual (TCD Manual) - Part 13: Parking controls

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audience: Road controlling authorities

This part of Traffic control devices manual (TCD Manual) describes the legal framework - implications and responsibilities; design considerations and elements; linear and zone parking treatments; and parking furniture, eg meters, vending machines. Last updated: December 2007. This document ceases to be a controlled document when printed. Please refer to the current version at www.nzta.govt.nz

Traffic control devices manual (TCD manual) – Part 09: Level crossings

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audiences: Rail participants, Road controlling authorities

Part 9 Level crossings, is part of a suite of guidelines within the Traffic control devices manual (TCD manual) prepared by the NZ Transport Agency.

Traffic control devices manual (TCD manual)

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audiences: Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The Traffic control devices manual (TCD manual) provides guidance on industry best practice, including, where necessary, practice mandated by law in relation to the use of traffic control devices.

Manual of traffic signs and markings (MOTSAM) Part 1: traffic signs

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The policy and location requirements for traffic signs, which must be used in conjunction with MOTSAM Part 2: markings. Use is mandatory on state highways and recommended on other road controlling authority roads, to ensure consistent traffic signing nationally. Details are given for approved sign legends, sign symbols and sign layouts generally. Guidance is also given on sign size selection and the location/positioning of signs.

Manual of traffic signs and markings (MOTSAM) - Part 2: markings

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The policy and location requirements for road markings, delineators and hazard markers, which must be used in conjunction with MOTSAM Part 1: traffic signs. Its use is mandatory on state highways and it is recommended that other road controlling authorities also use it on their roads, to ensure consistent road marking and delineation nationally.

Code of practice for temporary traffic management (COPTTM): Part 8 of the Traffic Control Devices manual (TCD Manual)

Published: | Category: Signs & markings (permanent & temporary) , Manuals | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This is the standard reference for all temporary traffic management on state highways and local roads. It includes levels of temporary traffic management, signs and forms used, and a series of sample traffic management plans. 
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