Traffic Management Reform program
What you need to know this month
Welcome to the March edition of the Traffic Management Reform (TMR) program newsletter.
The TMR program is transforming the traffic management industry by providing the additional support needed to prioritise the safety of road users, pedestrians and traffic management workers remains at all times. It will create a safe and more consistent approach to traffic management across Victoria and reduce congestion and delays on the road network.
This is our monthly newsletter to keep the traffic management industry up-to-date with the progress and changes coming as part of the TMR program. Please share it with anyone else you think should know about this program and upcoming changes.
- New accreditation program started on 1 February
- Regional MoA permit application processes changing on 14 March
- Share information with your staff, clients and stakeholders
- Key TMR program dates
- Give us your feedback on the support you need
New accreditation program now open for applications
A reminder that the new accreditation program started on 1 February, replacing the current prequalification scheme. New traffic management companies will now need to apply for accreditation before they can tender for VicRoads work and current prequalified traffic management companies have 12 months to transition to accreditation.
Changes to how you apply for regional MoA permits
From 14 March, regional and metropolitan Memorandum of Authorisation (MoA) permit application processing will be centralised into one DoT Permits Team to manage all DoT related road works MoA permit applications across Victoria. Creating one centralised team will streamline processes and provide more consistent advice.
Updated MoA permit application processes and key contacts list are available on the VicRoads website to support industry and stakeholders with making this change.
March industry information session
The next monthly information session will be on Wednesday 30 March at 11.30am. This session is being run to give industry the opportunity to ask questions or get advice on the key changes that have taken place over the last few months – the introduction the accreditation program and changes to how regional MoA permits are processed.
Please email email@example.com by Monday 28 March to register your attendance. This session will be held online and the meeting link will be sent to attendees on Tuesday 29 March.
Help your staff, clients and stakeholders get ready for upcoming changes
To help you raise awareness of the TMR program and upcoming changes with your staff, clients and stakeholders, we’ve prepared some suggested communications content and digital assets that you can share through your communications channels.
If you need more tailored communications information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to develop the information you need.
Key TMR program dates
Accreditation program opened for applications
Updated MoA permit application processes and key contacts lists available
Regional MoA permits start being processed by the centralised DoT MoA permit team
March industry briefing
First half of 2022
Updated code of practice released
Second half of 2022
Introduction of the Permits Self-Service Portal and new traffic management training model
Further information about consent processes harmonisation and Surveillance Framework and end-to-end processes released
We want to hear from you
Please take our survey to give us feedback on the support you need to incorporate the TMR program into your day-to-day activities. It is open until 31 March and we look forward to receiving your comments and suggestions.