The Queensland Guide to Traffic Management (QGTM) is issued under the authority of Section 166 of the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995. The contents of QGTM are issued as ‘approved notices’ under Section 166(2) of said Act.

The Department of Transport and Main Roads has adopted Austroads’ Guide to Traffic Management (AGTM) 2020 as part of national harmonisation. As a result, the QGTM will only provide requirements and recommendations specific to Queensland and has precedence over the equivalent Austroads Part.

Safer Speeds Case Studies – James St, between High St and King St, Suberville

SPEED REDUCTION – From 50 km/h to 30 km

SCHEME INCLUDED: 

  • Widening of footpaths to include alfresco dining 
  • Painted on road bike lanes in each direction
  • New pedestrian signals, east of King St

DATE IMPLEMENTED: January 2020

COST: $123

ADDITIONAL INFO: Provide any details available on the success and failure of the scheme. Any before and after studies are ideal, but are difficult to find.

LESSONS LEARNED: Any lessons (positive and negative) that can assist other future schemes

Safer Speeds Case Studies – James St, between High St and King St, Suberville

SPEED REDUCTION – From 50 km/h to 30 km

SCHEME INCLUDED: 

  • Widening of footpaths to include alfresco dining 
  • Painted on road bike lanes in each direction
  • New pedestrian signals, east of King St

DATE IMPLEMENTED: January 2020

COST: $123

ADDITIONAL INFO: Provide any details available on the success and failure of the scheme. Any before and after studies are ideal, but are difficult to find.

LESSONS LEARNED: Any lessons (positive and negative) that can assist other future schemes

Safer Speeds Case Studies – James St, between High St and King St, Suberville

SPEED REDUCTION – From 50 km/h to 30 km

SCHEME INCLUDED: 

  • Widening of footpaths to include alfresco dining 
  • Painted on road bike lanes in each direction
  • New pedestrian signals, east of King St

DATE IMPLEMENTED: January 2020

COST: $123

ADDITIONAL INFO: Provide any details available on the success and failure of the scheme. Any before and after studies are ideal, but are difficult to find.

LESSONS LEARNED: Any lessons (positive and negative) that can assist other future schemes