Road Safety Audits

Road Safety Audits (RSAs) are an internationally recognised methodology for assessing safety  issues within existing and new road networks – during the design stage, the construction/  roadwork stage and during pre and post-opening stages.

Road authorities, architects, designers, planners and contractors rely on road safety audits to  avoid unnecessary accidents, injuries and costly litigation by conducting road safety audits  during design stages, construction and pre and post-opening of new projects. 

Road Safety Audits are also undertaken in ‘road-like’ environments including carparks, freight  centres, airports and ports.

Road Safety Audits consider all network users including motorists, motorcyclists, public  transport users, pedestrians, cyclists, heavy transport users and disabled users. 

The team at RSA is accredited to delivery road safety audits services across Australia and New  Zealand. We undertake road safety audits across all stages of design and construction for the  majority of the region’s largest infrastructure projects. 

Specifically, RSA undertakes audits at the following project stages:

  • Concept Design
  • Preliminary Design
  • Functional Design
  • Detailed Design
  • Temporary Traffic Management Desktop
  • Temporary Traffic Management Implementation
  • Construction Traffic Management
  • Pre-opening
  • Post-opening

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