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COMPANY PROFILE


Copyright: KCTT (t/a KC Traffic and Transport Pty Ltd). June 2020


CONTENTS

ABOUT US

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ALLIANCES AND PARTNERSHIPS OUR SERVICES 8 CIVIL ENGINEERING

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TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT PROJECTS IN SERBIA 39 CONTACT 49

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ABOUT US

KCTT commenced operation in West Australian market in early 2011 as a boutique civil and traffic engineering consultancy. In eight years of operation we have grown to 14 staff over two offices, in Australia and Europe. KCTT have become a civil engineering, traffic engineering and transport planning consultant of choice in recent years. This is due to our proactive attitude and our dedication to delivering reports on-time and to expectation. We are a young engineering consultancy aiming to provide services in various fields related to urban development. We are passionate about understanding and answering to ever evolving challenges and requirements of urban environment. Diverse skills of our team members enable us to form a comprehensive solution to any development challenge. While our current core fields of expertise are civil and traffic engineering, transport planning and urban water management planning, we constantly strive to expand our areas of knowledge and experience. We take great pride in relationships that we build with our clients and quality that we deliver whether we help you design a laneway or a freeway.

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In our relatively short history we have delivered over 350 Transport Impact Assessments / Traffic Engineering Reports and have managed the design delivery of approximately 900 residential landholdings, including the construction of over 500 lots. Our current workload consists of more than 2,500 residental landholdings across both Perth Metropolitan Region and Regional Western Australia.

The maps below show the extent of our work (completed projects and projects in progress) as at December 2017. Our clients include both private entities and government agencies. We pride ourselves on our custom tailored service where client’s requirements are the main focus.

Start a project! We can make it happen!

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ALLIANCES AND PARTNERSHIPS

ENGINEERS AUSTRALIA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

ISO9001.2015 QUALITY ASSURANCE CERTIFICATION

We have entered into a formal partnership with Engineers Australia where every employee in our company has the opportunity to be a part of formal Professional Development Program and to be recognized by Engineers Australia in their field of expertise.

KCTT have just passed out Stage 2 ISO9001.2015 Quality Assurance Certification and have been recommended for full certification.

CURTIN UNIVERSITY WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT’S ENTREPRENEURS PROGRAMME

In July 2016 we have commenced a formal partnership with Curtin University to formally develop a mentoring programme for young talented under-graduate and graduate engineers.

Australian Government recognized KCTT potential and we were recently accepted into Australian Government Entrepreneurs’ Program.

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LEADERS KCTT were invited and accepted as Executive Members of Western Australian Leaders in June 2016 together with 24 other companies selected as part of their Executive Program. This is a 3 year commitment for Colin and Marina Kleyweg.

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OUR SERVICES CIVIL ENGINEERING:-

TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT ENGINEERING:-

Land Development- represents a complex set of activities pertinent to design and implementation of Greenfield and brownfield urban infrastructure projects. This includes but is not limited to: preliminary feasibility investigations, design of wastewater, water and drainage systems, roads and intersections, earthworks, management of tendering process and contract administration.

Transport Impact Assessment / Statement - a document prepared in accordance with guidelines published by West Australian Planning Commission to determine the impact of the proposed development on the surrounding network.

Urban Water Management Plan - report on strategies to manage water on larger scale projects. Document and calculations are prepared in accordance with following documents: “Better Urban Water Management” document prepared by WAPC and DoW and “Guidelines for Preparing Plans and for Complying With Subdivision Conditions” prepared by DoW.

Traffic and Transport Study - a study of a particular project that is custom tailored to suit a particular requirement of a client. Parking Study - a study of a particular project that is custom tailored to suit a particular requirement of a client, usually involving a detailed survey.

Concept Design - preparation of drawings to a standard 15% engineering design.

Traffic Engineering Report - a custom tailored report addressing traffic engineering issues for a particular project.

Detailed Design - continuation of the concept design to provide a robust and cost effective design; obtaining all necessary approvals

Road Safety Audit - audit and reporting prepared in accordance with Main Roads WA and IPWEA guidelines.

Tender Administration - preparation of engineering drawings for tendering, preparation of engineering specifications for tendering, advertising tender, responding to questions of tenderers, assessing and awarding the tender.

Modelling - conducted with one of our microscopic or mesoscopic modelling tools. A modelling report is prepared to detail the findings of modelling process.

Contract Administration - organisation of weekly meetings, site visits, administration of contract during construction; organising final inspections. Expert Engineering Opinion - provision of specialist advice for legal proceedings. Infrastructure Servicing Report - preliminary investigation on the existing infrastructure services which can be accompanied by cost estimate. Stormwater Drainage Strategy

Following pages showcase some of our recent work

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CIVIL ENGINEERING


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• expert engineering opinion • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • road design • urban water management plan • contract administration • land development •


• CIVIL ENGINEERING • Project_ Client_

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Golden Vines, Dayton, City of Swan GM Dayton Land

KCTT were engaged by GM Dayton Land to provide Civil Engineering Services, inclusive of Concept Design, Detailed Design, Tender Assessment and Administration, Contract Administration, and UWMP Design Services on a 350-lot development area in Dayton which has been developed in stages over a 7-year period. Services KCTT provided on this project include but are not limited to: • • • • • •

Preliminary Infrastructure Service Reporting and project feasibility estimate; Preparation of Urban Water Management Plan; Concept and Detailed Design of urban infrastructure inclusive of: wastewater disposal system, scheme water supply system, storm water disposal and management systems, earthworks, road and intersection design. Obtaining all mandatory approvals, liaison with all relevant authorities and coordination of all design drawings from various consultants; Organization, assessment and award of tender for construction inclusive of: preparation of tender drawings, specifications; organization of tender; assessment and award of tender; Contract Management including site inspections, organization of meetings, and administration of contract during construction, organizing final inspections.

Aerial image of the site - November 2014

Aerial image of the site - February 2015

Aerial image of the site - May 2020

Stage 1A Golden Vines before (top) and after (bottom) the construction.

• land development • contract administration • urban water management plan • road design • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • expert engineering opinion •


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Project_ Client_

Old Lord Street Design, City of Swan City of Swan

KCTT were engaged by the City of Swan to redesign the existing Lord Street road reservation between a location south of Youle-Dean Road and Marshall Road Dayton. The project is necessitated by the urban expansion of the Swan Growth Corridor as well as the requirements of the Ellenbrook Bus Rapid Transit project and the proposed realignment of “New Lord Street” into the former Perth to Darwin National Highway Corridor. KCTT provided detailed design engineering services in the following fields:• • •

Geometric road design; Storm water drainage design; Signage and line marking;

• expert engineering opinion • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • road design • urban water management plan • contract administration • land development •


• CIVIL ENGINEERING • Project_ Client_

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Peregrine Estate-Pierre Waters, City of Armadale

Zivalia WA

KCTT are the civil design consultant for the development of 200 lots for Handle Property Group in Peregrine Estate, Piera Waters. The development is located on the western side of Wright Road and exhibits specific issues with high groundwater (exhibiting at surface through much of the development). KCTT provided a range of services including:• Detailed geometric road design; • Stormwater drainage design; • Sewer and water design; • Coordination of electrical, telecommunications, gas and landscaping inputs • Intersection design and roundabout design. KCTT have recently completed the administration of an open tender process with the project split into separable portions for early earthworks and the construction of 3 stages consecutively of the development.

• land development • contract administration • urban water management plan • road design • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • expert engineering opinion •


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Project_ Client_

Town of Port Hedland TPS Amendments Town of Port Hedland

KCTT were engaged by the Town of Port Hedland as a suitably qualified consultant to update the strategy and concurrently prepare a new local planning scheme to implement the revised strategy. The ultimate purpose of this Project is delivery of a revised Strategy and new Scheme covering the entire municipality of the Town of Port Hedland in accordance with relevant planning legislation, policy and practices. Structure of the process includes the phases as follows: • • • • • • •

Phase 1: Project Inception, Detailed Review of Existing Strategy & Scheme Phase 2: Prepare Community and Stakeholder Engagement Plan & Deliver Engagement Activities Phase 3: Prepare Draft Local Planning Strategy & Scheme Phase 4: Council Briefing, Refer to Council Meeting, Refer to WAPC to Certify Advertising Phase 5: Public Advertising of Draft Strategy and Scheme Phase 6: Finalization of Strategy and Scheme Documentation Phase 7: Publish and Advertise Approved Strategy and Scheme.

• expert engineering opinion • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • road design • urban water management plan • contract administration • land development •


• CIVIL ENGINEERING • Project_ Perth Client_

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College - Lawley Crescent, Mount Lawley

Perth College

Lawley Crescent is a road with strong pedestrian activity and pronounced requirement for pedestrians to cross it often throughout day. The school recently estimated that there are approximately 3,500 pedestrian crossings per day during school periods on Lawley Crescent. A formal zebra crossing will significantly enhance the safe movement of students/pedestrians throughout the day and for this reason the implementation of a zebra crossing has been a key component of the streetscape works proposed by the School.

• land development • contract administration • urban water management plan • road design • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • expert engineering opinion •


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Project_ Client_

Development of Lot 22 East Road, Pearsall

Westbury Investments

KCTT were engaged by Westbury Investments Pty Ltd to provide Civil Engineering Services, inclusive of Concept Design, Detailed Design, Tender Assessment and Administration, Contract Administration, and UWMP Design Services. KCTT completed the full design and tendering process for the development and construction was completed in 2017. Services KCTT provided on this project include but are not limited to: • • • • • •

Preliminary Infrastructure Service Reporting and project feasibility estimate; Preparation of Urban Water Management Plan; Concept and Detailed Design of urban infrastructure inclusive of: wastewater disposal system, scheme water supply system, storm water disposal and management systems, earthworks, road and intersection design. Obtaining all mandatory approvals, liaison with all relevant authorities and coordination of all design drawings from various consultants; Organization, assessment and award of tender for construction inclusive of: preparation of tender drawings, specifications; organization of tender; assessment and award of tender; Contract Management including site inspections, organization of meetings, and administration of contract during construction, organizing final inspections.

• expert engineering opinion • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • road design • urban water management plan • contract administration • land development •


• CIVIL ENGINEERING • project_ WALGA_Murat client_

Shire of Exmouth

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Road and Mortiss Street Enhancement Project

KCTT were engaged to design and manage the delivery of approximately 4.5km of Murat Road and 1.5km of realignment of Mortiss Street to cater for heavy vehicles and a separated residential access. KCTT prepared Civil Engineering Design for Murat Road and Mortiss Street along with the following intersections: • Murat Road / Preston Street • Murat Road / Mortiss Street • Murat Road / Gnulli Court • Murat Road / Kestrel Place • Murat Road / Corella Court • Murat Road / Reid Street. One of KCTT’s key achievements in this project was managing the full delivery of the project within budget and enabling a small contract sum to be set aside for additional drainage enhancements in Murat Road which are presently being tendered for delivery in 2020.

• land development • contract administration • urban water management plan • road design • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • expert engineering opinion •


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Project_ Rockingham Client_

Road, Munster

Progress Developments

KCTT were engaged by Progress Developments to provide Civil Engineering Services, inclusive of Concept Design, Detailed Design, Tender Assessment and Administration, Contract Administration, and UWMP Design Services on a 28-lot development area in Munster which will be completed in December 2019. Services KCTT provided on this project include but are not limited to: • Preliminary Infrastructure Service Reporting and project feasibility estimate; • Preparation of Urban Water Management Plan; • Concept and Detailed Design of urban infrastructure inclusive of: wastewater disposal system, scheme water supply system, storm water disposal and management systems, earthworks, road and intersection design. • Obtaining all mandatory approvals, liaison with all relevant authorities and coordination of all design drawings from various consultants; • Organization, assessment and award of tender for construction inclusive of: preparation of tender drawings, specifications; organization of tender; assessment and award of tender; • Contract Management including site inspections, organization of meetings, and administration of contract during construction, organizing final inspections. KCTT have achieved a balanced budget on this project by iterating the design as construction issues are found inclusive of: • •

Modifications to the proposed intersection with Rockingham Road to negate requirements to relocate a major Telstra optic fibre asset. Modifications to lot levels to negate the requirements for a noise wall on the eastern boundary.

• expert engineering opinion • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • road design • urban water management plan • contract administration • land development •


• CIVIL ENGINEERING • Project_ Client_

Lucky Bay Campgrounds

Department of Parks and Wildlife

Project_ Client_

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Lot 26 Coast Road, City of Swan

Home Group WA

KCTT were engaged by the Department of Parks and Wildlife to complete civil engineering design for Lucky Bay Campgrounds in Cape Le Grand National Park, approximately 60 kilometres east of Esperance. The design brief encompasses: over 100 parking bays, camp sites and caravan bays, over 2.5 kilometres of roadways and over 1 kilometre of footpaths inclusive of stairs.

KCTT assisted Home Group WA with completion of their first land development project. Lot 26 Coast Road has been subdivided and developed into 31 residential lots. KCTT have completed design and managed construction of this development. The work on overall concept design commenced in May 2014 with construction completed in May 2015, in accordance with the project programs.

This iconic location represented a particular engineering challenge due to varying site levels, specific nature of the project itself and work within highly restricted areas (national park). Usage of locally produced construction materials was set as a priority.

Services KCTT provided on this project include but are not limited to:

The design commenced in late January 2015. Construction began in July 2015 and was completed before the start of tourist season.

• Preliminary Infrastructure Service Reporting and project feasibility estimate; • Preparation of Urban Water Management Plan for the proposed development; • Concept and Detailed Design of urban infrastructure inclusive of: wastewater disposal system, scheme water supply system, stormwater disposal and management systems, earthworks, retaining walls, road and intersection design. • Obtaining all mandatory approvals, liaison with all relevant authorities and coordination of all design drawings from various consultants; • Organisation, assessment and award of tender for construction inclusive of: preparation of tender drawings, specifications; organisation of tender; assessment and award of tender; • Contract Management including site inspections, organisation of meetings, and administration of contract during construction, organising final inspections.

• land development • contract administration • urban water management plan • road design • infrastructure servicing reports • cost estimates • expert engineering opinion •


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Project_ Lot B38 Lakes Client_ Niroda Holdings

Road, North Dandalup

KCTT have completed detailed design and contract administration for all stages of the subdivision of 102 rural residential lots in Lot B38 Lakes Road in North Dandalup. Services KCTT provided on this project include but were not limited to: • • • • • •

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Preliminary Infrastructure Service Reporting and project feasibility estimate; Preparation of Urban Water Management Plan. Concept Design of urban infrastructure inclusive of: scheme water supply system, stormwater disposal and management systems, road and intersection design. Detailed Design of all abovementioned urban infrastructure; Obtaining all mandatory approvals, liaison with all relevant authorities and coordination of all design drawings from various consultants; Organization, assessment and award of tender for construction inclusive of: preparation of tender drawings, specifications and other relevant documentation; organization of tender; assessment and award of tender; Contract Management including site inspections, organization of meetings, administration of contract during construction, organizing final inspections Expert witness consultancy services with relation to concrete protective structures and excavation likelihoods over major infrastructure assets

Project_ Client_

Lot 19 Coast Road, Dayton

Summer Breeze Developments Pty Ltd

KCTT was engaged in Civil Engineering Concept Design, Detailed Design, Tender Assessment and Contract Administration Services on the Subdivision Concept Plan with 37 lots. Services KCTT provided on this project include but were not limited to: • • • • • •

Preliminary Infrastructure Service Reporting and project feasibility estimate; Preparation of Urban Water Management Plan. Concept Design of urban infrastructure inclusive of scheme water supply system, stormwater disposal and management systems, road and intersection design. Detailed Design of all abovementioned urban infrastructure; Obtaining all mandatory approvals, liaison with all relevant authorities and coordination of all design drawings from various consultants; Organization, assessment and award of tender for construction inclusive of preparation of tender drawings, specifications and other relevant documentation; organization of tender; assessment and award of tender; Contract Management including site inspections, organization of meetings, administration of contract during construction, organizing final inspections

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project_ Car Parking Area - Dan Murphy’s, Bicton,

City of Melville client_ APP / Woolworths

KCTT have completed concept and detailed design for 129 parking bays for Dan Murphy’s facility in Bicton. The construction is currently underway. project_ Binningup Road Desaliantion Plant Access

Road

client_ TPG / Water Corporation KCTT have completed the concept and detailed design for a proposed access road and intersection with Binningup Road. project_ 65 Eric Street, Como, City of South Perth client_ Niroda Holdings KCTT have completed design, managed tendering process and are currently administering contract for construction of 6 strata lots. project_ Shothole Canyon Road, Exmouth client_ Shire of Exmouth KCTT have prepared, advertised and assessed tender as well as administered contract on behalf of Shire of Exmouth for reconstruction of Shothole Canyon Road within Shothole Canyon National Park. project_ Lot 12 Market Street, Exmouth client_ Exmouth Civil KCTT have completed the design of urban infrastructure and contract administration for the subdivision of 11 residential lots in Exmouth.

project_ Lot 3 Barytes Road, Wyndham client_ Ridges Iron Ore Project KCTT have completed the design and obtained all relevant approvals for construction of 1.2 kilometre of water main pipeline. project_ Port Access Road, Bunbury client_ State Solicitor’s Office KCTT provided expert engineering opinion in legal dispute over Lot 5 Boyanup to Picton Road developmen. project_ Lot 250 Flynn Drive, Neerabup client_ McLeods Barristers and Lawyers KCTT provided expert engineering opinion on a potential subdivision cost for four proposed development options. The report was utilised by City of Wanneroo. project_ Townsite of Cue, Preliminary Master Plan client_ TPG / Shire of Cue KCTT have provided a preliminary infrastructure servicing report as an input into preliminary master plan. The purpose of the report was to review the existing infrastructure, nominate any perceived risks and make preliminary assessments regarding upgrade requirements project_ Patersons Stadium - Preliminary Master

Plan

client_ TPG / Shire of Cue KCTT have provided an infrastructure servicing report as an input into preliminary master plan. The purpose of the report was to review the existing infrastructure and make preliminary assessments regarding upgrade requirements

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project_ Strategic Infrastructure Review client_ Shire of Mundaring/ Conway Highbury KCTT have completed a strategic review of available infrastructure (sewer, power, water) for the Shire of Mundaring. The key outcome of the report was a macro scale review of current and future growth patterns for Shire of Mundaring and to discuss the infrastructure requirements for intended expansion in broad terms with relevant authorities. project_ Maddington Kenwick Strategic Employment

Area (MKSEA) - Precinct 1 client_ MKSEA Landowners / Dynamic Planning and Developments.

KCTT have prepared a strategic overview of the existing infrastructure, nomination of perceived risks and discussion on potential upgrades required if the area is to be rezoned as industrial area. project_ Signalised Intersection Concept Design client_ APP / Charter Hall KCTT are currently working on a concept design for the signalisation of an intersection of Oneida Road and Warnbro Sound Avenue. project_ Lot 1516 Leslie Street, Southern River, City

of Gosnells client_ Norwesgt Land

KCTT have completed the full design and tendering process for the proposed development of Lot 1516 Leslie Street in Southern River. The proposed development comprises of 32 lots and Public Open Space area. The construction is due to commence shortly.

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project_ Riseley client_

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Street Activity Centre, Ardross

TPG / City of Melville

KCTT have provided traffic engineering and transport planning input in to Master Plan for reconfiguration of Riseley Street Activity Centre. This included road reserve remodelling, transport modelling, urban design guidelines and preliminary look into parking strategies. In March 2015 City of Melville endorsed a Riseley Street Activity Centre Structure Plan that is to be used as an overarching guiding document in the process of the Centre Redevelopment. KCTT prepared the Master Plan document as a supplementary document that will guide redevelopment of the Riseley Street Activity Centre alongside the Structure Plan document. Important components of this project are: •

Streetscapes - as they provide a physical frame for the communication of the intended urban design. Streetscapes shape and stimulate the mental images generated of a place for all users and the shape the way users, (pedestrians, cyclists and motorists) interact with the space. Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) - as they provide the dual benefit of improved streetscape aesthetics with improved water quality and use of finite resources such as water.

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Project_ Client_

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City of Perth Cycle Plan Implementation Program 2016-2021 City of Perth

KCTT have been commissioned by the City of Perth to conduct an assessment for possible cycling routes throughout Nedlands and Crawley. The subject location includes University of Western Australia, the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, Royal Perth Yacht Club and 1,348 residential properties. The land use pattern within the study area comprises of a traditional residential urban form with additional land uses such as a hospital and the University. Most streets in the subject area of Crawley and Nedlands have relatively low traffic volumes given the adjoining land uses. The exceptions are Mounts Bay Road and Winthrop Avenue. KCTT have undertaken a saddle survey of selected routes in order to better understand the area and provide insight and commentary about the possibility of improvement. The analysis of the surveyed routes and the cost benefit analysis of the proposed improvements have been considered to derive an action plan focusing on short term improvement (quick wins), however taking into account medium and long term improvements.

• modelling • road safety audit • traffic engineering • transport impact assessment / statements • parking studies and concept designs • traffic and transport studies •


Project_ Town Client_ Town

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of Port Hedland Heavy Vehicle Access Strategy

of Port Hedland

KCTT were engaged by the Town of Port Hedland to update the heavy vehicle access strategy and concurrently prepare input for the local planning scheme to implement the revised strategy. The purpose of this document is to develop a heavy vehicle access strategy that will serve the Town of Port Hedland as the Town continues to grow and enhance its reputation as one of the key infrastructure hubs in Australia. The document examines in detail the existing road network and highlights existing deficiencies in the network, in terms of accessibility with heavy vehicles and outlines areas where there are current safety and planning risks in the network and where there are issues with the sizing of infrastructure that limits access / egress by various heavy vehicle configurations. The future road network planning is also examined and the HVAS provides a gap analysis against any of the previously nominated deficiencies, offering priorities for construction of road infrastructure upgrades, new sections of road, road train assembly areas which strategically improve the performance and functionality of the network, requirements for Over Size Over Mass and RAV Network vehicles and reviewing each industrial area and its specific requirements within the Town of Port Hedland to present a holistic argument for the future infrastructure development within the Town. A thorough framework for the design, approvals and implementation phases associated with the suggested works scopes is collated in this document, offering guidance on the compliance documentation, the regulatory authority requirements of such major infrastructure works programs and clear descriptors on the future roles and responsibilities of each of the stakeholders in the process. Finally, a series of further recommended actions provides a concise summary of works that will provide benefit to the Town in the implementation of this Strategy.

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project_Parking client_City

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Study of Local & Neighborhood Centres

of Stirling

KCTT was commissioned by the City of Stirling to conduct a number of car parking surveys at 28 Local and Neighborhood Centres. Each centre was surveyed three times to gather a reliable database which would inform the occupancy of parking at each centre. Prepared report outlines the methodology used to collect the data and the findings from each survey in the form of average occupancy across the three surveys and addresses observations made onsite that are relevant to the findings. An extensive desktop study was completed prior to conducting the surveys to ensure that the chosen day and time of the three surveys will capture the true parking demand. Additionally, excel spreadsheet with details of occupancy of each parking bay is provided.

• modelling • road safety audit • traffic engineering • transport impact assessment / statements • parking studies and concept designs • traffic and transport studies •


project_ Forrestfield client_

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North - District Structure Plan

Shire of Kalamunda

KCTT have completed preliminary traffic and transport reporting for the new proposed development in the Forrestfield North area. The new proposed development comprises of industrial, residential and mixed use distributed over area larger than 180ha. It is envisaged as an organic extension of the proposed railway station precinct. Due to the high importance of the area, this project required extensive liaison with relevant authorities planning in the subject area (such as Gateway WA project - upgrade of Tonkin Highway / Roe Highway interchange, upgrade of the intersection of Tonkin Highway / Abernethy Road; Expansion of Perth Airport and development of new business area adjacent to the subject DSP area; and the extension of railway).

At this stage KCTT have examined several development scenarios and their potential impact on the surrounding network and the potential required upgrades such as:• • • •

Configuration of carriageway for Berkshire Road (west), Milner Road, Sultana Road and Maida Vale Road (west). Realignment and assessment of traffic management measures for the intersection of Berkshire Road, Dundas Road and Milner Road; Potential configuration of Maida Vale / Roe Highway interchange; Potential realignment and assessment of traffic management devices for the intersection of Dundas Road / Abernethy Road, etc.

KCTT have prepared a wider Paramics model for the area in order to examine the impact of the proposed development on major road infrastructure such as: Roe Highway, Abernethy Road and Kalamunda Road. The intersections that were deemed critical were further modelled in SIDRA. Further to this KCTT have examined the potential for utilisation of alternative transport modes.

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Project_ Forrestfield Client_

North - Structure Plan Preparation

TPG + Place Match

KCTT have a significant experience on this project over the last several years. KCTT’s experience with both the traffic and civil engineering also provides us with a significant advantage over most our competitors – the integrated nature of our knowledge means that we inherently understand the infrastructure requirements due to traffic volumes and this will save time and money in the development of the modelling and Infrastructure Servicing Reports KCTT have completed: • • •

The traffic modelling for over 30,000 residential lots, plus many square kilometres of industrial, retail and commercial space in locations across the Perth metropolitan region, including in Dayton, Brabham, Forrestfield North, Forrestfield, Maida Vale, Wattle Grove, Cardup, Byford, Wungong and Baldivis. Infrastructure servicing strategies and conceptual civil design over landholdings which contain over 8,000 residential lots. Detailed design and contract administration for over 1,000 lots. These have either been constructed, are in construction, or are in design phase to be constructed.

• modelling • road safety audit • traffic engineering • transport impact assessment / statements • parking studies and concept designs • traffic and transport studies •


Project_ Stadium, Burswood Traffic Demand Client_ West Australian Football Commission

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and Parking Study, New Perth

KCTT have been engaged by West Australian Football Commission to provide an independent review of Stadium Taskforce’s findings regarding traffic demand management and requirements for parking. The review included a detailed survey of preferred transport modes of patrons at Patersons (Domain) Stadium as well as comparison of the proposed stadium to other stadia around Australia. For this particular exercise we have chosen following stadia:• ANZ Stadium in Sydney; • Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane; • Metricon Stadium in Gold Coast; • Etihad Stadium in Melbourne; • Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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A detailed comparative analysis was conducted for all listed stadia in terms of location in relation to CBD, surrounding road network and public transportation options, seating capacity and parking provided on the stadium and parking options in walking distance from each respective stadium. Further to this, KCTT have undertaken a brief desktop research of Perth Railway Network in order to estimate the potential for upgrade and enhancement public transportation as a mode share in alll trips undertaken to and from the proposed Perth Stadium.

• modelling • road safety audit • traffic engineering • transport impact assessment / statements • parking studies and concept designs • traffic and transport studies •


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Project_ Localised

Client_ SwanCare

Traffic Management Strategy –SwanCare Bentley

KCTT have been engaged by Swan Care to provide an independent review existing traffic management arrangements for Le Breton Lane, Pemberton Drive and Drummond Lane and provide a maximum of three strategies for enhancement of traffic safety and discouragement of rat running, accompanying letter explained the propositions and provided a comparative analysis of the options.

• modelling • road safety audit • traffic engineering • transport impact assessment / statements • parking studies and concept designs • traffic and transport studies •


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Project_ Hilbert Precinct G Client_ ABN Group /Stockland Group / Creative Planning

Project_ Hilbert Precinct H Client_ Exal Group Pty Ltd

KCTT were engaged to prepare a traffic impact study for the Hilbert development comprising of thirteen precincts. A more detailed analysis has been completed for the Hilbert Precinct G including the preparation of a Paramics model in order to examine the impact of the proposed development on surrounding road infrastructure. The intersections that were deemed critical were further modelled in SIDRA.

KCTT were engaged to prepare a traffic impact study for the Hilbert development comprising of thirteen precincts. A more detailed analysis has been completed for the Hilbert Precinct H including the preparation of a Paramics model in order to examine the impact of the proposed development on surrounding road infrastructure. The intersections that were deemed critical were further modelled in SIDRA.

The Wungong Urban project is located in the suburbs of Hilbert and Haynes, just west of Armadale’s city centre and around 26km from Perth. Once complete, the 1,580 hectares of land is expected to accommodate over 16,000 homes with a projected population of around 40,000 people, surrounded by a stunning landscape of trees, waterways, and parklands.

Wungong Precinct H is a part of the Wungong Urban Water Master Plan which incorporates 13 Precincts. The Structure Plan Area proposes 412 Urban Lots (160-360m2) and 1010 Suburban Lots (200-575m2), one primary school and a neighborhood centre.

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Project_ Barfield Client_

Road, Hammond Park

Symbolise Holdings Pty Ltd

KCTT were engaged to prepare a Transport Impact Assessment and a civil engineering Infrastructure Servicing Report for the proposed residential development of 62 lots at Lot 29 Barfield Road, Hammond Park. The Structure Plan proposes construction of multiple pedestrian paths and road links to cater for the pedestrian needs in the area. The proposed road network will be suitable for on-road cycling. All the intersections are designed to have full unrestricted movement of vehicles to and from the Structure Plan Area. The intersections are priority controlled. This is suitable level of control for the anticipated traffic impact.

Project_ Wickham Client_

Accommodation Expansion

Thinc Projects / RTIO

KCTT were engaged by Thinc Projects and Rio Tinto Iron Ore to prepare a traffic impact study for a group of projects titled “Wickham Accommodation Expansion”. The proposed residential expansion included over 700 additional lots and over 500 additional units for short and long term stay. The proposed development would impose requirement for upgrading of the existing intersections with Point Samson to Roebourne Road. A detailed traffic generation and parking requirements analysis was conducted. Attention was given to the pedestrian movement in particular due to the harsh climate conditions. Further to this, a formal road safety audit has been conducted at the intersection of Hakea Street and Point Samson to Roebourne Road in order to determine the exact extent of the required improvement.

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Project_ Hannan Street Central Precinct Client_ TPG / City of Kalgoorlie – Boulder

project_ Doley Road client_ ABN Group

LSP Byford

KCTT have been a part of the team in charge for developing a Master Plan for revitalisation of the iconic Hannan Street Precinct in Kalgoorlie. The main focus in this project was to examine the options for the best possible use of the wide road reservations.

KCTT have completed preliminary traffic and transport reporting for the new proposed development in the Doley Road LSP Byford. The land occupies an area of approximately 84.23 ha.

Reconfiguring the road reservation required a particular concern for the specific climate requirements, general habits and preferences of residents / end users and the budget constrains. One of the main focal points was configuring the road reserve so that it is pedestrian and cycling friendly during hot summer months. Introduction of parklets and alfresco areas would allow for greater exposure and capacity for local businesses, with KCTT ensuring stormwater management requirements were met. Reconfiguration of some of the bus stops and particularly interface with St Barbara’s square was also examined.

The development proposes to subdivide the Doley Road LSP, Byford into approximately 2,393 residential lots (887 lots with an assumed R25 yield, 764 lots with an assumed R40 yield and 742 lots with an assumed R60 yield), a Neighbourhood Centre, a Primary School and accompanying POS. KCTT have developed a high-level Paramics Model suitable for use in Local Structure Plan submissions of this scale and size. The proposed roads were classified and sized to cater for the expected traffic volumes. Key intersections were analysed in more detail. Years 2026 and 2036 were taken as assessment years.

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Project_ SwanCare, Bentley Client_ TPG/SwanCare

Park

KCTT have been a part of the team appointed to examine options for facilitation of the expansion of lifestyle village Bentley Park. It’s favorable location has contributed to its popularity as a lifestyle village, and as such, its accommodation capacity is likely to double in next 20 years. As a preliminary input into the Master Plan guidelines KCTT examined the implications of this expansion on the surrounding road network, options for developing parking ratios appropriate for the centrally located lifestyle village and methods of enhancement of pedestrian movement in an environment with high percentage of vulnerable users.

Project_ Lot 30 Soldiers Client_ Land Group WA

Road, Cardup

KCTT have completed a Due Diligence, Infrastructure Servicing Report and Transport Impact Assessment for the Structure Plan Area comprising of a total of 898 residential lots ranging in size from 225m2 to 450m2. Traffic flow has been distributed in accordance with Paramics modelling completed by KCTT. The analyzed traffic includes the existing road network traffic plus the expected traffic impact from the Mundijong-Whitby DSP, Cardup Business Park LSP, West Mundijong Industrial Area DSP and the expected traffic generated from the Structure Plan Area. The proposed roads were classified and sized to cater for the expected traffic volumes. Key intersections were analyzed in more detail using SIDRA Intersection Analysis software. The year 2031 was taken for assessment. The intersections are expected to perform to a satisfying level.

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Project_ Banksia Grove Traffic Client_ Banksia Grove Nominees

Model

KCTT have completed a traffic model for the Banksia Grove development inclusive of all existing and all proposed development areas. Once fully developed, Banksia Grove will comprise of approximately 5,000 households, 2 primary schools, a high school and a district shopping center. The purpose of this model was to update of the existing traffic assessment prepared 9 years ago at the very commencement of the project and to determine the most appropriate traffic management methods for several critical intersections. KCTT have completed full modelling (in Paramics initially, in SIDRA examined details of the intersections) and have prepared an accompanying report detailing findings of the modelling process.

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Project_ Subiaco TC Public Realm Design Client_ Blackwell and Associates / City of Subiaco KCTT have completed a traffic input for a Master Plan for the revitalisation of Subiaco Town Centre. The traffic analysis included detailed surveys of pedestrian movement and parking trends by capturing real time user behavior in the urban structure. Findings of these were utilized to formulate recommendations and design guidelines for the project of revitalization. The key intersections were modelled in SIDRA and all findings were summed in an accompanying report.

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Project_

22 Altona Street, West Perth

Client_

Delstrat Homes

KCTT were engaged to prepare a Transport Impact Statement to assess the anticipated traffic impact of the proposed development located in 22 Altona Street, West Perth. The proposal suggests conversion of the existing commercial premises (located in a single storey unit) into an apartment complex consisting of 23 residential units.

Project_ Lot client_

619 Old Mandurah Road,Ravenswood

Westcoast Engineering

KCTT were engaged to prepare a traffic engineering input into the proposed 225 lot subdivision on Lot 619 Old Mandurah Road Ravenswood

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project_ Withers Urban Renewal, Bunbury client_ TPG / South Western Planning Commission KCTT have provided a traffic engineering input into Master Plan for revitalisation of Withers estate. This included analysis of predominant desire lines, pedestrian and cyclist infrastructure, general road network and action plan for the overall enhancement of the estate.

project_ No 215-223 Great Eastern Highway,

project_ Patersons Stadium Reconfiguration

project_ Helipad, Jetty and Tug Harbour, Cape

Options, Subiaco client_ TPG / West Australian Football Commission

KCTT have provided a TIA reporting analysing three different potential development options once the Patersons Stadium is de-commissioned as the main AFL venue due to the new Perth Stadium being built. project_ Secret Harbour Shopping Centre Expansion client_ APP / Charter Hall KCTT have completed transport impact assessment for the proposed expansion of Secret Harbour Shopping Centre. This assessment included detailed vehicular and pedestrian surveys on the site and on other similar locations. project_ Vivente Estate, Hammond Park client_

Richard Noble

KCTT have completed a TIA for a proposed development comprising of 370 dwellings. The project required a significant liaison with regulatory authorities regarding the proposed access to Rowley Road.

Belmont client_ Design Inc

KCTT have completed a Traffic Impact Assessment for the mixed use development comprising of residential building (100 dwelling units), 240 unit hotel and accompanying commercial space.

Lambert client_ Chubb Electronic Security

KCTT have completed signage audit, design of specialist vehicles routes and traffic management plans for the duration of construction works. project_ Extension of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital,

Nedlands client_ APP / Department of Health

KCTT have provided a series of traffic engineering reports during the works on the extension of SCGH. These included signage audit , pedestrian surveys, recommendations on improving way-finding etc. project_ Cape Lambert Projects client_ Thinc Projects / RTIO KCTT have completed a series of traffic engineering and technical reports for the expansion of Cape Lambert Facilities. These include but are not limited to: various road and signage audits, preliminary studies on Gatehouse Management Operations, configuration of parking for the main admin building etc.

project_ Lot 100 GEH & Lot 3 Ivy Street, Redcliffe client_ Liebherr / Wirtgen / Dynamic Planning and

Developments

KCTT have completed series of traffic engineering reports and transport impact assessments for the proposed expansion of Liebherr facility on Great Eastern Highway and the newly built Wirtgen facility on the adjoining lot. This project required significant SIDRA modelling, analysis of freight routes and custom created turning templates for a specialist vehicle. project_ Road Safety Audit - Detailed Design Phase

- Exmouth Towncentre client_ Shire of Exmouth

KCTT conducted a road safety audit (detailed design phase) and provided the advice on potential improvements of the proposed re-design of the Exmouth Town Centre. The full report on design was completed in accordance with MRWA requirements. project_ Bertram Mixed Business Precinct client_ Coles Property Group / TPG KCTT have completed preliminary Transport Impact Assessment for a proposed development of 31,500m2 of commercial space. A set of vehicular turning templates was completed to ensure the navigability of the proposed layout.

• modelling • road safety audit • traffic engineering • transport impact assessment / statements • parking studies and concept designs • traffic and transport studies •


project_ Precinct 6A Russell Road, Wattleup client_ Rowe Group / Adelaide Brighton KCTT have completed a TIA for a proposed development of the 60ha industrial estate in Wattleup. project_ Brooklands Development, Henley Brook client_ Progress Developments KCTT have completed preliminary Transport Impact Assessment for a proposed development of approximately 3,500 dwellings, a primary school and approximately 2,500m2 GFA of commercial area. The project included a detailed modelling of the proposed and existing surrounding road network for 2031 and 2041 as horizon years. Key intersections’ performance was thoroughly examined within SIDRA Intersection software. project_ Milner and Sultana Cul-de-sac

Microsimulation and Outcomes Summary client_ City of Kalamunda

KCTT have analysed multiple different modelling scenarios in Paramics. Assessment of number of options for the future road network surrounding Forrestfield North was provided. The main subject of this project was the impact of removing/adding different connections to Maida Vale Road on Forrestfield North road network performance.

project_ Wattle Grove Feasibility client_ Burgess Design Group KCTT have provided a feasibility report in terms of traffic impact on the surrounding network. Paramics modelling was conducted in several potential scenarios of the future Wattle Grove development (ranging from approximately 1,500 - 3,000 dwellings, a primary school and a neighbourhood centre). project_ Tuckey Street, Pinjarra client_ Richard Noble KCTT have provided an extensive Transport Impact Assessment report for this project. The proposed development comprised of 338 dwellings. KCTT have provided a vast SIDRA Intersection analysis and report as per requests from Shire of Murray, DPLH and MRWA. project_ Corner of Marmion Ave and Banks Ave client_ AGEM Property Group Traffic reporting for the proposed mixed-use development, inclusive of Child Care Centre, Medical Centre, Office and a Café. The project included modelling of the Marmion Avenue and Banks Avenue intersection utilising both SIDRA Intersection and LinSig software packages. project_ Lot 800 Great Eastern Hwy, Sawyers Valley client_ Bella Build and Design KCTT have provided a Traffic Engineering Report for this project. The emphasis was on the SIDRA Intersection modelling for the intersection of Great Eastern Highway, Sawyers Road and Leather Green.

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project_ St Stephens School Road Concept and

Detailed Design client_ St Stephen’s School

Concept design for the parking layout and bus turnaround within the school grounds. Concept design for the parking layout and bus turnaround within the school grounds. project_ Woolworths, Banksia Grove client_ Woolworths Limited KCTT have provided a Transport Impact Statement for a large Woolworths Supermarket. SIDRA Intersection analysis was conducted for the selected intersections. project_ Stirling Central Shopping Centre client_ KPA Architects KCTT have provided a Transport Impact Statement for the reconstruction of the large Stirling Central Shopping Centre. The project also included providing a number of vehicle swept paths drawings to ensure of safe and comfortable manoeuvre of the semi-trailer within the development. project_ Coles Kwinana Market Place client_ NS Projects KCTT have provided a Transport Impact Statement for the expansion of the Coles Kwinana Market Place. The project also included providing a parking survey and a SIDRA Intersection analysis for four intersections.

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Project_ TRAFFIC AND URBAN PLANNING ANALYSIS OF FREEZONE Client_ State-owned Enterprise for Land Development ‘‘PLAN’’, SABAC

SABAC

KCTT were engaged to prepare a Traffic and urban planning analysis of Freezone Sabac as a future industrial Zone. This Analyse is based under the assumption that all lots within the subject area that are sold by the 9th of March 2017 will work in a full capacity by the end of the Year 2019. Another assumption is that all other lots will be sold and work in a full capacity by the end of the Year 2029. Having in mind that main traffic generator from industrial areas are employees, working hours have a direct influence to a peak hour. KCTT analysed existing and a proposed road network within the subject site area and indicates the issues which needs to be resolved so that the road network of the future industrial zone has a capacity to cater for all transportation modes and expected traffic generated within the area.

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Project_ PROJECT OF SAVSKA Client_ Municipality of Sabac

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PROMENADE IN SABAC

The assignment included representative park promenade, which would be one of the first steps in the formation of a new city park along the river bank. The reconstruction of the existing and construction of new landscaped elements of the pedestrian-bicycle path is planned, along with the park landscaping of the surrounding area, as well as the formation of several squares / plateaus.

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Project_ RECONSTRUCTION Client_ Municipality of Sabac

OF TRAFFIC AREA IN THE SETTLEMENT ‘‘BENSKA BARA’’ IN SABAC

KCTT were engaged to prepare a project for complete reconstruction of public areas within the Benska Bara settlement, raising the level of equipment and improving the elements of the urban structure, as well as creating more attractive living spaces to meet the needs of the residents. The total scope of the project is 104,771 m².

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Project_ Reconstruction of several streets and service infrastructure in Client_ City Administration for Infrastructure and Property “Sremska Mitrovica”

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Sremska Mitrovica

The project assignment was reconstruction of sections of streets Fruskogorska, Zeleznicka, Dr Dusana Popovica and the intersecions of Fruskogorska / Dr Dusana Popovica / Milosa Obilica and Dr Dusana Popovica / Zeleznicka / Tarasa Sevcenka. The two intersections were to be designed and reconfigured to roundabouts. Out team has prepared three phases of the design process: Preliminary design, Building permit design and Detail design (for construction) which included: • • • • • • • • • •

Road design Horizontal and vertical road signage design Bicycle infrastructure design Pedestrian infrastructure design Parking design Storm water drainage design Sewer design Water infrastructure design Landscaping Public lighting

Additionally, vehicle swept paths analysis was conducted at critical points of the subject area.

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Project_ Public parking reconstruction in front of the new Client_ State-owned Enterprise for Land Development “Kraljevo”

cemetery “Barutana”

The assignment included provision of project documentation for the reconstruction of the existing parking area in front of the new cemetery “Barutana”, in Kraljevo. Area of the subject parking is approximately 4,500m2. The project assignment included maximum space utilisation, with maximum barking bays designed, and finally the consideration of pedestrian routes throughout the parking area. Afterwards, at suitable locations, trees were to be planted to provide shade and protection from precipitation to parked vehicles. Furthermore, the project included planning of the street furniture within the subject area. The project scope of works included: • • • • •

Road design Horizontal and vertical road signage design Drainage design Public lighting design Landscaping, Parterre design and Planning of street furniture.

Storm water drainage strategy was a particular challenge on this project. Preliminary design and detailed design (for construction) were issued to the client.

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Project_ Intersection Design for streets Client_ Kraljevo City Administration

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of Karadjordjeva, Zelena gora and Vuka Karadzica in Kraljevo

Our team has prepared complete design for a roundabout at the junction of the following streets: Vuka Karadzica, Karadjordjeva and Zelena gora. The project included consideration of potential options for intersection configuration and control, and after analysis in the SIDRA Intersection software tool, choosing the optimal solution. Civil engineering part of the project was related to redesigning the intersection geometry. Special attention was attributed to relocation of the existing bus stops at the route on Karadjordjeva Street. The main goals of this project were the following effects: • • • • •

Uninterrupted traffic flow Reduction of traffic accidents – road safety improvement Reduction of conflict points Increase of capacity Improvement of the intersection Level of Service.

As part of this project, Preliminary Design, Building Permit Design and Detailed Design (design for construction) were prepared.

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Project_ Reconstruction of Vuka Karadzica Street Client_ Directorate for Planning and Construction “Kraljevo” The scope of works included the provision of project documentation for the reconstruction of Vuka Karadzica Street. This street is an arterial street, and it is located within Boracko naselje (suburb in the city of Kraljevo). The section of the street for reconstruction was 350m long. The main goals of the reconstruction of Vuka Karadzica Street were improvement of the Level of Service, to enable an uninterrupted traffic flow, improvement of traffic safety (including both pedestrians and motor vehicles). Additional task was resolving the onstreet parking arrangement. Futhermore, drainage, electrical design (public lighting) and other infrastructure problems were required to be resolved in accordance with the relevant City standards. Preliminary design and detailed design (for construction) were issued to the Directorate for Planning and Construction “Kraljevo”.

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CONTACT

PERTH O F F I CE KCTT (trading as KC Traffic and Transport Pty Ltd)

7/10 Whipple Street, Balcatta WA 6021

+61 8 9441 2700

www.kctt.com.au office@kctt.com.au

OFFICE IN SE R BI A (EUROPE ) KCTT (trading as Innovo Consulting d.o.o.)

Dragoljuba Popovića 6, Šabac, Srbija +381 15 390 722 www.innovo.rs

office@innovo.rs

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