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Webinar: Guidelines for the Provision of Heavy Vehicle Rest Area Facilities
This webinar, presented on 14 February 2019, provides an overview of the Austroads Guidelines for the Provision of Heavy Vehicle Rest Area Facilities.
Guidelines for the Provision of Heavy Vehicle Rest Area Facilities
Heavy vehicle rest areas (HVRAs) are provided to help heavy vehicle drivers manage fatigue and comply with driving hours regulation. To aid road managers in this task, Austroads has produced  Guidelines for the Provision of Heavy Vehicle Rest…
Guide to Traffic Management Part 11: Parking
Austroads Guide to Traffic Management Part 11: Parking is concerned with the parking management process. It provides guidance for planners and engineers to ensure that parking is provided in a safe and efficient manner and with due regard to…
Bicycle Parking Facilities: Updating the Austroads Guide to Traffic Management

This report provides recommended content for inclusion in the Austroads Guide to Traffic Management Part 11: Parking.

This content guides the design of bicycle parking facilities and helps identify appropriate provisions of bicycle parking and end-of-…

Bicycle Parking Facilities: Guidelines for Design and Installation
This report provides information to assists in the design and installation of bicycle parking and end-of-trip facilities that are fit for purpose. The report provides recommendations, principles and examples of best-practice facility design. It also…
Feasibility Study: Parking and Rest Opportunities in Areas Zoned for Industrial Purposes. Options Assessment
Parking for heavy vehicles is emerging as a significant issue in regards to heavy vehicle driver fatigue management. Parking facilities suitable for heavy vehicles are currently not available across the national network in enough locations to meet…
Guidelines to Economic Assessment of On-Road Parking on Traffic Flow
Austroads commissioned ARRB Transport Research in 1998 to undertake an investigation into the economic evaluation of kerb-lane space. The resulting model, ParkLane v1.0, was the first significant attempt at developing a tool to understand on-road…