When a traffic management plan (TMP) is required?

Where the activity is competitive and participants are unlikely to obey the road rules the organisers would need to consider a TMP.

A TMP is required for planned events that vary the normal operating conditions of the road.
These may include:
– Race or large fun ride, run or walk
– Parade
–¬† Off road activity affecting the road (eg opening of a shopping mall, concerts, large markets)
– Street fairs

TMP?? What is it..

A Traffic Management Plan (TMP) is a site-specific plan that covers the design, implementation, maintenance and removal of temporary traffic management (TTM) measures while work or activity is carried out in the road corridor (road, footpath or berm). The plan details how road users – including cyclists and pedestrians – will be directed around a work site, accident, or other temporary road disruption, to minimise inconvenience while providing safe conditions for both the road user and those carrying out the activity. Any TMP must comply with the Code of Practice for Temporary Traffic Management (CoPTTM).