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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.

Of course. If you need to contact us outside of business hours, you can call our CEO Chris on 0420 416 776. He will be happy to discuss your requirements and mobilise the team.

Trafficwerx NT will provide traffic control solutions on jobs of all sizes, from one day and up to multiple months. It will be best to give us a call on (08) 8942 2228 and our team can provide assistance on planning your traffic control.

Trafficwerx NT has more than 30 service vehicles that can transport personnel and equipment to any area of the Northern Territory.

We offer a range of equipment from variable message boards and a crash mounted attenuator to safety barriers, arrow boards and speed limit signs. For a full range of our equipment call us on (08) 8942 2228.

Our equipment hire is fully tailored to your requirements. Tell us the time period, type of equipment and your location and we’ll respond with a cost estimation.

Yes. Our team have years of experience in a range of situations, we can provide a traffic control solution for events, roads, highways and work zone traffic management 24/7.

Established by the Master Builders Association NT and the NT Small Business Association, Contractor Accreditation Ltd (CAL) manages a scheme for self-regulation of many industries. Being CAL accredited means a business abides by government requirements in areas such as industrial relations, work health and training, and industry codes of practice.

If you want to do Traffic Control in Darwin, firstly, you need to hold a number of relevant qualifications based on the Northern Territory government’s workzone traffic management regulations. Written tests and practical demonstrations are also required before you can become an accredited Traffic Controller. Have a look here for further information. Once you are qualified, refer to our careers page to enquire about open positions.