Christchurch City Council is now accepting the use of CoPTTM 4 within our roading network.
The use of the TMP short form is accepted by CTOC but limited to use with universal diagrams for simple works as defined in E.1 CoPTTM4.
Please ensure that you use the form from the … Read more
To gain TMP approval, demolition sites operating within the CCC area require designated haulage routes to and from dump sites.
This enables the roading network to be monitored for damage and debris mitigation, as well as ensuring the impact on residents is managed.… Read more
Features / Changes
A revision can only be made to a current TMP. If the TMP has expired (past the TMP end date), a revision to that TMP cannot be made and a new TMP should be created.
Bug Fixes / Optimisation
TMPs will no longer be corrupted by clicking … Read more
Where a road has a daily vehicle count of 5000 vehicles per day or less,
the footpath may be closed if the following criteria are met:
- There is a suitable alternative footpath ….
- Adequate clear sight distance is available for ……
- Pedestrian ramps have been installed, if required.
- Crossing points
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Vehicles reversing in or out of a worksite during construction/demolition require appropriate Traffic Control measures to reduce the risks for both road users and the vehicle manoeuvring at the site. In most instances, a traffic management plan is required.… Read more
Cycleways and dedicated Cycle lanes
We wish to remind all providers of there responsibility under CoPTTM of the obligation to provide safe egress through worksites for ALL road users and pedestrians.
• All work that effects a cycle lane or cycle way must have a TMP that reflects the site … Read more
A Rolling Road Closure is a closure that moves between point A and point B where any detour route stays unchanged throughout the entire road closure. The STMS has the ability to change the location of this road closure as it moves from point A to point B. Note the … Read more
A Staged Road Closure is when one or more linked road closures are submitted on a single plan and remain in position until the nominated finish date is reached, at which time the closure is removed. Each closure has its own detour, and these detours are linked to, and may … Read more