TPS are experienced in delivering Construction Traffic Management Plans (CTMP), which detail the methods which will be implemented to manage the construction of a new development, particularly in relation to construction-related vehicle trips.
CTMPs establish vehicle routing and ensure that vehicles can access and egress the site safely during the construction phase. This is typically in the form of routing plans, swept path analysis, restrictions to timing of vehicle movements, temporary enabling works, and temporary parking restrictions. Typically, the CTMP is used by the principal contractor to inform the preparation of a Construction Logistics Plan. The CTMP sets out the commitments of the contractor in order to ensure the safety of those working on the site and the general public.
The purpose of the CTMP is to help developers to minimise construction impacts and relates to both on site activity and the transport arrangements for vehicles servicing the site.
The CTMP provides the Local Planning Authority and the Highway Authority with the security that the largest vehicles associated with the construction of the development can safely access the site and that the safe and efficient operation of the highway network will not be compromised by construction traffic.
If you would like further information on CTMPs and how we can assist you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.