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Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management - Tasmanian Implementation

The Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management was launched on 11 December 2019.

As of 1 July, 2020 the Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management will be the approved Guidance for Traffic Management in Tasmania.

To support industry in the implementation of the Guide, the Department, in conjunction with the Traffic Management Association Australia (TMAA) and the Civil Contractors Federation Tasmania (CCF TAS) have organised Dr Dan Sullivan (Austroads Project Manager for the Guide) to attend industry briefings in Launceston and Hobart in February.

RSVP’s for the event in your local area will be necessary. Click on the relevant link below to RSVP for your local briefing, or view the invitation below.


Due to a large number of respondents, our original Hobart session has reached its capacity. To cater for demands, we have added an additional session for Hobart.

Hobart morning session

When: 9:00 am – 11:00 am,  Friday 7 February 2020

Where: Department of State Growth, Putalina (Oyster Cove) Room, 4 Salamanca Place, Hobart

RSVP: RSVP for the new Hobart event here.

Hobart afternoon session - FULLY BOOKED

When: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Friday 7 February 2020

Where: Department of State Growth,  Putalina (Oyster Cove) room, 4 Salamanca Place, Hobart


When: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, Thursday 6 February 2020

Where: Launceston Conference Centre,  50 Glen Due Street, Launceston

RSVP here: RSVP for the Launceston event here.


Click on the image below to view the official invitation.

Official invitation to Austroads guide to temporary traffic management industry briefing

More information

If you require any further information or have any questions regarding this event, please contact the State Roads WHS Team

For general information on the project, please go to the Austroads website


The Austroads Board have been working on a project to refine traffic management at road works, by developing and simplifying guidance documents, and improving training and consistency across Australia.  This has included a review and update of the current Australian Standard 1742.3 which was launched on 11 December 2019.

The Austroads Board have updated the standard to improve the ability of road agencies, contractors, traffic management practitioners and industry to meet their Work Health and Safety (WH&S) requirements, and achieve better safety outcomes at road works sites.

This project aims to standardise the approach to temporary traffic management across Australia and in New Zealand.