Road Safety Audits
Creating Road Safety Strategies that help to minimise road accidents.
At ttc we have a team of professional road safety practitioners and auditors which offer expert advice and safety designs to help you ensure your schemes embed road safety engineering expertise. We can help you work towards achieving immediate and long term road safety targets, which can bring wider benefits to communities and businesses through reliable and safe transport networks.
Our RoSPA and IHE trained teams are located nationwide, consulting on projects for Government Agencies, as well as local authorities and private sector clients. We help ensure designs are compliant with standards and legislature, and that they promote best practice.
The terms of reference for the Road Safety Audit will be DMRB Highways England Standard ‘GG 119 Road Safety Audit’.
Within our team we have trained and registered Road Safety Auditors.
Our expertise includes:
Road safety Audits Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3 and Stage 4
Quality audits introduced in “Manual for Streets”
Vulnerable road user audits, NMU and DDA
Road safety impact assessment
Accident investigation prevention and route treatment
Road safety inspections
Road safety engineering design
Road safety training and campaigns
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WHY WORK WITH US?
We pride ourselves on being open, honest, clear and straight-talking in all of our communications from meetings, emails, reports and assessments.
We have undertaken road safety audits varying from stage 1 – 4, which include; Stage 1 RSA for a new access on the A449, Stage 2 RSA for a new roundabout in Wales, Stage 4 RSA for a scheme in the West Midlands and an Exception Report for a new highway scheme in Somerset.
Our client-centric approach to working enables us to really understand our client's goals and deliver great results, time and time again.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY...
TTC were selected as they had experience of working with Parish Councils, were local and competitive. A scheme was proposed by TTC that was accepted by Warwickshire County Council and supported by the County Councillor. Luddington Parish Council is delighted with the outcome and have successfully used TTC on another long-standing issue to get acceptance for a speed limit reduction to 30mph.
Cllr Andy Hibbitt, Luddington Parish Council