Traffic Warden Controlled Children's Crossing

Document No:  D15#248431
 
Revision:  3C
 
Date amended:  10-Feb-2017

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The information below is intended to reflect the preferred practice of Main Roads Western Australia ("Main Roads"). Main Roads reserves the right to update this information at any time without notice. If you have any questions or comments please contact Ron Koorengevel by e-mail or on (08) 9323 4704.

To the extent permitted by law, Main Roads, its employees, agents, authors and contributors are not liable for any loss resulting from any action taken or reliance made by you on the information herein displayed.

Revision Register

 

Ed/Version Number Clause Number Description of Revision Date

1

All

Guideline Developed. 10-Feb-2003
1A 5Header Guideline Contact amended. 21-Dec-2006
1B 1.1 Link to Drawing No. 9120-0174 Updated. 24-May-2007
1C 5.2 Drawing 9120-0174 amended. 18-Sep-2008
1D 5.2 Drawing 9120-0174 amended. 22-Apr-2010
2 All Contact person changed. Title of Guideline changed from Pedestrian Crossings At-Grade to Traffic Warden Controlled Children's Crossing. 29-Sep-2011
2A 1 Drawing 9120-0174 amended. 10-Feb-2012
​3​1​Drawing 9531-2169 added.​05-May-2015
​3A​1​Drawings 9120-0174 and 9531-2169 amended.​16-Jun-2016
​3B​1​Drawings 9120-0174 and 9531-2169 amended.​18-Jul-2016
​3C​1​Drawings 9120-0174 and 9531-2169 amended.​10-Feb-2017

 



1. Traffic Warden Controlled Children's Crossing

Variations and additions to AS 1742 10 Clause 7.2 and Figures 3 and 4 are shown on Main Roads Drawing No's. 9120-0174 and 9531-2169 and include the following:
  • The 18m and 9m No Stopping distances have been increased to 20m and 10 m to reflect the Western Australia Road Traffic Code 2000.

 

  • Main Roads fluorescent orange advanced children warning sign MR-WDP-3B to continue to be used in lieu of fluorescent yellow green sign W6-3. This follows earlier approaches by the community and others to make the children crossing signs more visible.

 

  • Fluorescent orange of R3-3 flag to continue to be used in lieu of fluorescent yellow green sign W8-22 on the advance warning sign. However, MR-WDAX-6B or MR-WDAX-11 shall be used in conjunction with the R3-3 flag and MR-WDP-3B sign. Flags are placed on the advance warning sign posts at times of operation of the Traffic Warden and this is considered to provide a more clear message to motorists of crossing working times.

 

  • Continued use of the flag R3-3 on the advance warning signs, instead of on the 1.8m bollards adjacent to the stop lines, to provide earlier advance warning for the motorists of the crossing ahead. In addition, placement of the flags on the 1.8 m bollards will restrict sight line visibility between drivers and pedestrians.

 

  • Continued use of the Main Roads fluorescent yellow green (with stop sign logo) traffic warden flag MR-RP-9 in lieu of hand stop banner
    R6-7. 

 

  • Retain the use of full time No Stopping where possible.

 

  • Doubling up of flashing signal assemblies on separate poles on each approach to the crossing.

 

  • Pedestrian guidelines pavement markings mandatory.