The community relies on effective access to road and rail networks, ports, airports, property and other facilities. Construction and operation of State significant projects can adversely affect access and inconvenience communities and businesses. The documents below contain the provisions for effective infrastructure delivery, and guidance on how to design roads and bicycle facilities and how to reduce or minimise access impacts.
Austroads Guide to Traffic Management
This guide has 13 parts and provides comprehensive guidance for traffic engineering, road design and road safety.
Supplements to Austroads guide
These supplements address specific issues concerning the design, construction, maintenance, operation and safety of road network issues in NSW.
Delivery and servicing plan guidance
The supply of goods and services in dense urban centres is a vital component of what makes cities and places function. Incorporating good planning for freight and servicing activity into a facility will make places more desirable for people.
A Delivery and Servicing Plan identifies the delivery and servicing tasks relating to a development and the management measures that will be used as part of site operations. Transport for NSW has developed this guidance to encourage progressive and innovative approaches for better management of freight and servicing activity.
This guideline provides advice on designing and constructing high quality bicycle transport facilities as part of the wider NSW transportation network. The guideline should be read with AGRD06A-17: Guide to Road Design Part 6A: Paths for Walking and Cycling 2017 and Australian Standard AS1742.9-2018 Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Device Part 9 Bicycle Facilities.