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QTM returns to the Midwest

QTM returns to the Midwest

Quality Traffic Management (QTM) has secured the City of Greater Geraldton's traffic management contract until 2020. It was QTM's 20 years' experience and its commitment to recruiting local accredited personnel, including a full-time supervisor, that will see the business re-establish a depot in the region. Associate Director, Todd Bendall, said that QTM was already mobilising in the region and making the necessary arrangements to recommence services immediately. "We are delighted to be...

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Charles Street bus bridge open

Charles Street bus bridge open

The new Charles Street bus bridge and busway officially opened on Sunday 25 June. The new infrastructure benefits more than 30 northern suburbs bus services, saving up to six minutes on peak hour trips. The $32.1 million project included construction of a 120-metre 'bus only' bridge over the Graham Farmer Freeway and the new Roe Street freeway off-ramp into Northbridge. Additionally, 500 metres of new bus lanes were created on Charles Street between Newcastle Street and Janet Street in ...

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QTM completes temporary works for Northlink WA

QTM completes temporary works for Northlink WA

QTM Electrical has successfully completed three temporary intersection changeovers for Northlink WA, the $1.12 billion Federal and State Government funded transport link between Morley and Muchea. The temporary works that have been completed are on the Tonkin Highway intersections of Benara Road (Stage 2), Collier Road (Stage 1) and Benara Road (Stage 3). These changeovers have included the complete reconstruction of each intersection off its existing alignment to allow the new works to go...

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Traffic signal innovation for intersections

Traffic signal innovation for intersections

The Liberal National Government has announced traffic signal enhancements to be installed at more than 40 Perth intersections. Transport Minister Bill Marmion said successful trials involving traffic signal enhancements had been conducted as part of Main Roads Western Australia's Traffic Congestion Management Program (TCMP). "The trials included pedestrian countdown timers, flashing yellow 'caution' lights for turning traffic and right-turn filtering," Mr Marmion said. "Countdown timers...

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QTM brings down the nets in Roleystone

QTM brings down the nets in Roleystone

The cricket nets have been brought down and excavation works commenced at Cross Park in Roleystone. Quality Traffic Management (QTM) is managing the joint City of Armadale and Roleystone Karragullen Cricket Club project, with many local businesses contributing to the construction of the new, larger, four-net facility. The project will see the dismantling of the existing cricket nets, removal of existing car parking, the excavation of approximately 500 cubic metres of soil, construction of ...

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