“The TMAA’s mission is to lead, unify and achieve best practice within the traffic management industry.”

“The TMAA’s vision is a safe and zero harm traffic management industry across Australia.”


Our purpose

The Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) is the peak body for Traffic Management. The TMAA represents the Traffic Management and Traffic Control industry throughout Australia. The TMAA represents a total cross-section of industry providers from small regional businesses to national traffic management companies working across all states and all road and infrastructure projects. The continued growth of traffic management across the nation is a direct result of the growth in government and private projects currently under development and planned for the future. Traffic management companies and traffic controllers across the country work in a range of multi-billion dollar infrastructure, recovery, relief and rebuilding projects. We represent all aspects of works projects: repair, emergencies, events, utilities, building and construction and protection.

TMAA has had significant success in raising the profile of our industry and bringing the voice of traffic management companies to Government and industry sectors that we support. Never before has there been such an opportunity to shape the way our industry develops, is trained and affected by policy. TMAA is our industry’s voice and it contributes to all major conversations that pertain to what we do on the road every day. It’s important that we continue to focus on relevant issues and create a solid foundation for our next chapter, what are we going to do and how are we going to do it? Our Mission will be achieved by focusing on


TMAA General meeting agenda and rules changes.

The rule changes will be voted on at the General Members Meeting.

Traffic Management Association of Australia – Rule Book (as amended with changes to numbering and discipline clauses) – 12 October 2020

TMAA General Members’ Meeting Agenda (followed by TMAA SA Meeting) Thursday 5 November 2020, The Hilton, Adelaide,11.00 am

Declaration - E2019-179 - TMAA Recall Election

Declaration – E2019-179 – TMAA Recall Election

E2019-179. TMAA. Uncontested Declaration

E2019-179. TMAA. Uncontested Declaration

Traffic Management Association of Australia ELECTION NOTICE - E2019/179

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TMAA General Members’ Meeting

TMAA General Members’ Meeting Agenda (followed by TMAA QLD Meeting) Thursday 7 February 2019, Queensland Cricketer’s Club, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, Queensland Download

Proposed rule changes

Proposed rule changes for TMAA Rules 1.1 5.1 5.3, 5.4 – January 2019 Download

The changes were lodged with the Fair Work Commission on 2 April.

Disclosure Statement

Officer and Related Party Disclosure Statement – Signed November 2018 Download here

TCOY nomination form download

Download here

TMAA General Members’ Meeting Agenda


Don’t miss Australia’s mega civil construction expo

Declaration of Uncontested Office and the Post-Election Report for the Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) E2018/99

IE17ResultsDecUncon E2018-99 TMAA – NSW

PER TMAA E2018-99

Election and Nomination Form - TMAA - M M Committee E2018-99

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Election and Nomination Form – TMAA – M M Committee E2018-99

TMAA Annual General Meeting Agenda for Friday 27 April, 2018

TMAA Annual General Meeting Agenda for Friday 27 April, 2018 – click to download

The AEC election

The AEC election for the TMAA Board Representative will open 17 October 2017 and nominations will be forwarded to TMAA NT members only.


12th October Sydney meeting

TMAA will be applying to the Registered Organisations Commission for a rule change and this will be voted on 12 October at a General Members Meeting in Sydney.

E2017/105 TMAA Vacancy Election - Post election report and Uncontested declaration

E2017.105 TMAA Vacancy Election – Post Election Report

E2017.105 TMAA Vacancy Election – Declaration of Uncontested Offices

TMAA proposed rule changes.

The TMAA is proposing new rule changes at a General Members Meeting on 8 June. Agenda and proposed rule changes available for download below.


AGM agenda

Proposed rule changes

Towards Zero

TMAA proudly supports

The TMAA announces the October 2020 election of President Stephen O’Dwyer, and Vice President, Ben Marsonet. The election reports are available from tmaa@tmaa.asn.au upon request.

It is with pleasure that we announce the positions as follows:

TMAA President 2020 – 2022 Stephen O’Dwyer (representing TMAA WA)
TMAA Vice President 2020 – 2022 Ben Marsonet (representing TMAA NSW)

We await the final stages of the election by the AEC to confirm Treasurer and Secretary.

Currently the remaining Board members are as follows:

TMAA Treasurer Andrew White (representing TMAA SA)
TMAA Secretary Camille O’Meara (representing TMAA TAS)
TMAA NT Board Member Damien Heaslip
TMAA VIC Board Member Anthony Simmons

We congratulate all Board members. For further information about your Board members visit https://tmaa.asn.au/our-board/

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