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Stay up to date with the latest road safety and traffic management tips and advice from Speed Humps Australia including industry applications, changes to legislation and technology developments.

How We Travelled Through 2019

As we near the end of 2019 we thought we would take a look at some of the highlights for Speed Humps Australia. It’s been another really busy year for us and we’re so proud to have been involved in some really innovative and high-profile projects.

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Road Travel Safety Tips This Christmas

As Christmas approaches please remember to stay safe this year. In December 2018 alone there were 98 fatalities on the road, with a further 119 in January 2019 so we’ve decided to put together some of the best road travel safety tips for the summer holidays.

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The Humble Rumble Bar: The Perfect Traffic Management Device

Are rumble bars the most practical and versatile traffic management device? Our clients seem to think so! Take a read of the innovative ways that the humble rumble bar has been used recently to help keep both pedestrians and vehicles and their drivers safe and potentially avoid costly fines or repairs.

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What The Next Generation Of Drive Thru Will Look Like

One of the solutions now regularly being implemented by architects designing brand new drive thru’s is to use speed humps to try and reduce a drivers speed as they approach the drive-thru lane. In addition, installing rumble bars along the driveway to help prevent any unnecessary damage to their car.

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Body Corporate Decision Gives Pedestrians a Chance

Body Corporates and Unit Managers need to consider not just their residents but also the public at large. Vehicles entering or leaving a unit complex must give way to pedestrians using the footpath. Many Body Corporates are becoming aware of their responsibility when it comes to these critical crossings and taking action.

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Do Road Rules Apply Inside Gated Communities?

A gated community refers to any type of estate whereby security measures regulate the entrance, and thus section off the internal roads from the main traffic areas. This includes golf estates, retirement villages, townhouse complexes, and housing estates. There appears to be a lot of confusion regarding the application of road rules within these areas.

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cars in apartment building car park | strata managers challenges | Speed Humps Australia

3 Safety Challenges For Strata Managers With Resident Families

Growth in residential complexes is forecast to surge still further in the next 5 years, particularly in northern New South Wales, southern Queensland and Central Victoria. The changing nature and profile of residents will, no doubt, present some challenges for property and strata managers.

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Car Parking Safety Products That Enhance Pedestrian Safety

Speed Humps Australia is proud of the role our products play in ensuring vehicle and pedestrian safety in a huge variety of environments. From slowing the speed of traffic on roads or work sites through the installation of speed humps to car parking safety products

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Temporary speed humps on work site | Speed Humps Australia

Temporary Speed Humps Providing Work Site Safety

At Speed Humps Australia, we regularly get enquiries to supply and install temporary speed humps at work sites, particularly when it is close to a busy road with site workers, pedestrians and motorists all in close proximity. One such recent project was at Pensar Infrastructure‘s

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