ATLM has been installed by Department of Transport, Planning & Infrastructure (DPTI) along the edges of the Main South Rd over Sellicks Hill. ATLMs are raised thermoplastic bars around 150mm long…Continue
"On BikeSA Grand Slam 3 from Williamstown we rode by a stretch of ATLMs on the Kersbrook Rd, from the roundabout at the One Tree Hill Rd intersection, on the left side as you headed up towards Kersbrook and stopping where the guardrail commenced.…"
Well done in your discussion. Hopefully will add further feedback to DPTI that ATLMs can only be used with care on wide shouldered roads with careful considerations of cyclists using the road."
"Did receive call and had a long discussion, not just Sellicks but the whole process.
main roads rely upon the sweeping effect of high speed cars to keep roads clean with ATLM the cyclist is forced wider where there is less…"
"Do agree with your lack of faith in DPTI Norm and also your concern on the lack of detail provided. Good luck with your inquiry & look forward to hearing the result.Also agree with your comments on cleaning gravel & rubbish from the shoulder…"
"I think it is terrific news that DTPI have agreed it fix the Sellicks Hill ATLMs at a cost of $60K.They may not completely fix them but will certainly improve the situation & DPTI should definitely be more cautious & considerate before…"
"Afraid I dislike the protuberances immensely as are very anti cyclist. I feel we should object strongly.I don't believe they have anything to do with pedestrians crossing but were originally intended to stop vehicles driving in the parking…"
"No, didn't run my finger over the screen to pick up the fact that the bold text was a HTML link.
I have now, question remains, the letter stated that some possible asphalt treatment will fix it? hmm there is at least one section going up…"
I notice that the letter I linked on the BISA post has a number you can ring to find out more beyond "construction of an asphaltic shoulder or overlaying the existing shoulder for a total of 1.16km".
I would ring the number…"
"Earlier this year BISA wrote to DPTI about the problem. They've had a look at it and agreed to fix it, at a cost of $60,000 to next year's budget. Thanks to Paul May for investigating and drafting the letter to DPTI's…"
"Absolutely agree Peter but they still keep erecting them.Officers from our local council, Alexandrina, seem to firmly believe the unnecessary bollards they erect must conform to "the" standard & do. Their bollards don't meet the…"
"What is the source of the table above describing a compliant bollard?Pretty well all bollards I see are non compliant & brand new bollards being erected are non compliant.
I think we need to establish we have the correct rules & then supply…"