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Below are some of our most received queries regarding our business and traffic controlling practices. If you can’t find the answer here, feel free to give us a call.

Yes, we provide emergency traffic control services in Darwin and the Northern Territory. For immediate assistance outside business hours, please call our director, Chris, directly at 0420 416 776. We understand that emergencies can arise at any time, and our team is prepared to respond quickly to ensure safety and minimise disruptions.

Absolutely, we cater to projects of all sizes, including small jobs requiring a crew for just one day. Whether it’s a minor construction task or a short-term event, our professional traffic controllers are ready to assist. Contact us at (08) 8942 2228 to discuss your specific needs and schedule our services.

We service all regions of the Northern Territory, not just Darwin. With a fleet of over 35 service vehicles, we are equipped to provide comprehensive traffic management solutions in remote and urban areas alike. Whether your project is in Alice Springs, Katherine, or any other NT location, we can meet your traffic control needs.

Our extensive range of traffic control equipment includes variable message boards, crash attenuators, safety barriers, arrow boards, and speed limit signs. We offer flexible hire periods to suit your project requirements, whether you need the equipment for a few days, weeks, or longer. Our high-quality equipment ensures effective traffic management and safety.

Yes, we can execute traffic management plans prepared by consultants. Our team of experienced traffic controllers is skilled in implementing various types of traffic control strategies to ensure smooth and safe traffic flow. We operate 24/7, enabling us to manage traffic effectively for any project, at any time.

CAL (Contractor Accreditation Limited) accreditation is a certification that verifies a company’s compliance with key government requirements. This includes standards in industrial relations, work health and safety, and adherence to industry codes of practice. Holding CAL accreditation assures clients of our commitment to maintaining high standards in all aspects of our traffic management services.

To become a traffic controller in Darwin, you need to obtain the relevant qualifications as mandated by Northern Territory regulations. This typically involves completing accredited training courses. Once qualified, you can apply for positions through our careers page. We offer opportunities for dedicated individuals looking to join our professional team and contribute to safe and effective traffic management across the Northern Territory.