Please be aware that CTOC boundaries for Traffic Management Operations have changed and the Road levels outside of Christchurch City boundaries have changed.
To align with the areas that other CTOC teams already operate and manage, the CTOC TTM team now have a changed area of network to manage within … Read more
All material from the latest CTOC Industry Forum #9 held 8 June 2017 is now available to view here.… Read more
The updated version of the CTOC Transport Impact Assessment Guide now available for all to use, can be found here or under Information & Procedures > CTOC Procedures & Guidelines.… Read more
Please be aware that this high-profile event is proposed to occur on Sunday 4 June 2017 (subject to public submission process), and road space along the route would need to be maximised for the safety of participants and road users.
As a result contractors with accepted worksites may be asked … Read more
It has recently come to CTOCs attention that there may currently be vehicular equipment in use on the network that does not meet CoPTTM specifications for Arrow board and TMAs.
Please see Bulletin 54 for further details… Read more
Due to the current situation within the Port Hills it has become necessary to impose restrictions on non essential work activities. The restrictions are required due to the need to protect alternative routes during fire fighting operations and to reduce stress on impacted communities. Please familiarise yourself with the Port … Read more
Major events are being held in Christchurch on 21 and 22 February 2017 at AMI Stadium and within the Christchurch CBD. TTM activities therefore need to be restricted on certain roads to minimise disruption to network operation and to maximise access and parking around the events. Please see Bulletin – … Read more
Please see the updated cyclists best practice guideline under: Information & Procedures > CTOC Procedures & Guidelines.
Also in this same section we have put up some universal diagrams which cover most generic situations on a two way two lane roads. These can be used to better understand … Read more
CTOC has generally not approved live lane inspection activities on Level 2 roads due to the sheer traffic volumes rendering them unsuitable. Due to some demand from contractors we have reviewed our position. Please see Bulletin 52 for more details.… Read more