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Traffic management across New Zealand’s network of state highways and local roads is fundamental to keeping people safe on our roads. Our roads are used daily by vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians, and have many people working on them. Changes to the operation of these roads under temporary traffic management is a core activity on the network, providing safety and access to all road users and workers.

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency (Waka Kotahi) is responsible for setting the requirements for the safe and efficient management and operation of temporary traffic management (TTM) on all roads in New Zealand. The Code of Practice for Temporary Traffic Management (CoPTTM) is best practice guideline for temporary traffic management in New Zealand.

The CoPTTM website is a comprehensive central hub that provides information relating to the application of the CoPTTM.

If you would like to know more about Waka Kotahi and what we are involved in, information is available through our Waka Kotahi website.

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TTM Update 12 November 2021 

Update on the Review, Audits, changes to CoPTTM and other information.

Code of Practice Document Update - Webinar invite (14 October 2021)

The Waka Kotahi Road Safety team are hosting two webinars (22 and 26 October) to give an update and share more about the changes planned to the CoPTTM. 

Code of Practice document update (12 October 2021)

Read about the progress of the CoPTTM Review, how the review being approached, who is doing the review, and when a draft of the NZ Guide to TTM can be expected.