Our Experience

TF Worksites 1Since inception in 2006, Traffic Force has been engaged to provide traffic management solutions on many projects, big and small, across Western Australia.  Our experience delivering traffic management solutions includes:

Completed: March 2015 to Current
Vasse Bypass, Vasse
BMD Constructions & MACA Civil
The project involves the construction of 4.2km of new highway, a new bridge over the Buayanyup Drain and a new pedestrian underpass.  The works will allow the expansion of the Vasse Newtown townsite, about 10km west of Busselton, and will enable through traffic – including freight traffic – to bypass the existing Vasse town centre.  This project is designed to improve road safety by separating inter-regional traffic from local traffic and pedestrians within the townsite.  Works are expected to take 12 months to complete.

Completed: 2014
Project: Coalfields Highway, Roelands Hill
Customer: Brierty
The Roelands Hill Climbing Lane is one of five sections of the Coalfields Highway that are planned to be upgraded as part of an extensive works programme to improve the safety of the road. The project on involved a 4km extension of the existing climbing lane, starting just prior to the truck pull-off
bay, and joining it to the overtaking lane at the top of the hill to create a continuous 7km long climbing lane over Roelands Hill. A sealed shoulder has been constructed to provide enhanced safety for motorists and cyclists.

Completed: 2013
Project: Port Access Road, Bunbury (Stage 2)
Customer: Fulton Hogan Construction
This project was jointly funded by state and federal funds to the value of $170 million. The project involved road extension works, realignment works, new 4km road section, new two lane bridge over the Ferguson River, new dual lane bridges over Preston River and new intersections. Now completed these road improvements cater for future growth of traffic on the road network and facilitate development of the Bunbury Port & South West industry.

Completed: 2012
Project: Eelup Roundabout, Bunbury
Customer: Fulton Hogan
This project involved $5.9 million to undertake a full signalisation of the roundabout to increase vehicle capacity. The Eelup roundabout at the northern entrance to Bunbury joins 4 major roads – Australind Bypass (30,000 vpd), Sandridge Road (20,000 vpd), Robertson Drive (15,000 vpd) and Koombana Drive (13,000 vpd). The Eelup roundabout has the State’s worst crash rate with over 650 recorded crashes in the past 5 years.

Date: 2011
Project: Southern Seawater Desalination Plant, Binningup
Customer: Southern Seawater Joint Venture (SSJV)
SSJV constructed a new desalination plant to provide around 50 gl/year of drinking water to help meet the growing demand for the state; however planned future expansions will see the plant producing as much as 100 gl/year. Traffic Force provided a range of services during construction, which included managing traffic for up to 800 workers on-site at once.

Completed: 2010
Project: Port Access Road, Bunbury (Stage 1)
Customer: Macmahon
Macmahon carried out the $40.9 milion project to allow improved access to the Bunbury Port, more efficient for heavy access and improve safety for all road users. Stage 1 works consisted of constructing a new 4.5km of single carriageway, 4 major intersections, two bridges under the Australind Bypass and a roundabout.