Services for Councils and Road Infrastructure Managers

RoadCulture specialise in traffic management and road safety within the civil engineering field. With a proven record of traffic improvement projects that perform safely over time, RoadCulture can provide design or review services to achieve a successful road infrastructure project. With clients including the Bundaberg Regional Council, RoadCulture also provides staff training to build employee capacity, supporting the economic management of road infrastructure assets.

 



  • Investigate and respond to council traffic concerns.
  • Plan and prioritise improvement projects.
  • Design, review and/or evaluate intersection or traffic management schemes.
  • Review developer submitted traffic impact assessments.
  • Develop and deliver professional and/or technical staff training.
  • Review or create network planning tools: road hierarchy, shared pathways, traffic light co-ordination.
  • Collect traffic volume, parking and/or traffic signal data.

 

 

Road Infrastructure and Assets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An audit was conducted on tourist signage at six key locations in the surrounding transport network.  Stakeholder communication confirmed strategic tourist attraction intent, then a report was compiled including improvement recommendations and contact details for the attention of signage owners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course materials were developed and 18 electrical technicians and support staff successfully completed RoadCulture’s Introduction to Traffic Signal Management workshop at Bundaberg Regional Council. Attendees varied in experience level, however most found the training interesting. Two thirds of surveyed participants agreed the workshop improved their communication and would result in better methods for undertaking traffic signal work.

Road Infrastructure - Crosswalk Design

 

 

 

 

 

 

A major shopping centre development was proposed which would increase traffic volumes at an arterial road junction. RoadCulture provided a comprehensive report for the shopping centre development which included:

  • A review of the functional classification of the road network, and;
  • An options analysis/concept design which considered the advantages and disadvantages of controlling the shopping centre junction using give way control, roundabout or traffic signals.

The report proved to be an effective project document which aided consultation with civil contractors, local government, state government, local residents and businesses.

  • The content was useful, and all questions were answered to a good degree

    Traffic Signals Workshop attendees Bundaberg Regional Council
  • It’s working well with less delays…. the phasing of the signals is just right!

    Maryborough resident affected by changes to signal phasing and timing
Samantha Green

Samantha Green established RoadCulture in 2010 following successful road safety improvement projects during local and state government employment in Tasmania and Queensland.  With the business now located in New South Wales, Samantha has cultivated a varied client base of private entities and public organisations.

Completing a Master’s Degree in Engineering Science in 2006, Samantha’s formative years included Austroads selection (Queensland representation) at an international study tour.  Supporting Engineers Australia’s delivery of three Central Queensland Conferences, she has been President of the Burnett Local Group, and assisted placement of Engineering Heritage Marker Bundaberg Waterworks 1902.

Passionate about safety and inclusiveness in shared road spaces, Samantha’s voluntary work has included parking support for Gloucester Preschool’s expansion, Traffic Engineering course delivery at U3A, and development of River to River Pathway community group.  Holding a Certificate IV in Small Business Management, Samantha’s commitment to lifelong learning continues with expected completion of a Bachelor Training and Development in 2019.