Regional Roadworks Signage Review

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We are reviewing the use of temporary roadworks signage on the regional road network in Western Australia to enhance safety and improve road user experience.

The Regional Roadworks Signage Review was initiated by the Minister for Transport and is being undertaken by a stakeholder reference group made up of industry representatives led by Chairperson Dennis O’Reilly. The review is looking at what and how temporary traffic signage at roadworks sites is installed, secured and managed in regional areas.

To inform the review the Australian Road Research Road Board (ARRB) is researching legislation, operations and the use of traffic control signage, technology and innovation at works sites across WA and the nation. ARRB’s scope includes looking at existing traffic management and signage standards, policies and practices.

We want feedback about your experiences with roadworks signage on regional roads. This feedback will be considered by our Reference Group alongside the technical work by ARRB, and be used to inform recommendations made as part of the reporting process aimed at improving safety on the road network.

To get involved we want you to attend a community information session, complete our survey, share thoughts on our ideas board, email a submission or submit questions using our forum function.

We are reviewing the use of temporary roadworks signage on the regional road network in Western Australia to enhance safety and improve road user experience.

The Regional Roadworks Signage Review was initiated by the Minister for Transport and is being undertaken by a stakeholder reference group made up of industry representatives led by Chairperson Dennis O’Reilly. The review is looking at what and how temporary traffic signage at roadworks sites is installed, secured and managed in regional areas.

To inform the review the Australian Road Research Road Board (ARRB) is researching legislation, operations and the use of traffic control signage, technology and innovation at works sites across WA and the nation. ARRB’s scope includes looking at existing traffic management and signage standards, policies and practices.

We want feedback about your experiences with roadworks signage on regional roads. This feedback will be considered by our Reference Group alongside the technical work by ARRB, and be used to inform recommendations made as part of the reporting process aimed at improving safety on the road network.

To get involved we want you to attend a community information session, complete our survey, share thoughts on our ideas board, email a submission or submit questions using our forum function.