Roads and Maritime Services works everyday with private developers whose projects may impact on the NSW State road network.
The fact sheet below answers some commonly asked questions about the process for managing private developments that include roadworks on State roads and traffic control signals on all roads.
It outlines Roads and Maritime Services' processes and procedures in regard to private developments.
More information including guidelines on how Roads and Maritime Services assesses applications is being prepared for this website.
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File Date Description File Size PDFRoads and Maritime Services Land Use Development Process fact sheet November 2011 This fact sheet answers some commonly asked questions about the process for managing private developments that include roadworks on State roads and traffic control signals on all roads. 93KB
File Date Description File Size PDFGuide to Traffic Generating Developments October 2002 This Roads and Maritime Services (formerly Roads and Traffic Authority) guide outlines all aspects of traffic generating considerations relating to developments. 2MB PDFBeyond the Pavement (Urban Design Policy, Procedures and Design Principles) August 2009 This Roads and Maritime Services publication demonstrates an evolving understanding and commitment to design excellence. 6MB PDFDevelopment Near Rail Corridors and Busy Roads - Interim Guideline December 2008 This Department of Planning and Infrastructure's guideline applies to development alongside railway corridors and busy roads. 5MB