George B
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Audio Tactile Line Marking (ATLM) Dangerous on Main South Road

Started this discussion. Last reply by heather Mar 10. 32 Replies

ATLM has been installed by Department of Transport, Planning & Infrastructure (DPTI) along the edges of the Main South Rd over Sellicks Hill. ATLMs are raised thermoplastic bars around 150mm long…Continue


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What bikes do you ride?
Bianci Sempre
Bianchi Impulso
Gaint TCR
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..perhaps some more information about yourself for your profile page
Mainly ride road around Southern Fleurieu often with my wife, GAD-BUG or the Coast Cruzers.

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DPTI Workzone Traffic Management Failing to consider Cyclists

Posted on March 5, 2019 at 13:30 0 Comments

Traffic Control at road works and the training of workers is quite a large industry with a number of contractors & trainers providing courses & trained staff. DPTI provides the material used in the training which is used to determine what signage, bollards etc are required for safety at road works. 

Two documents seem to be main ones used. see



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