We appreciate that all of our clients are different, and that no two problems are the same. That’s why we never force fit what we do.
We work closely with the client to fully understand the scope of the task at hand, and tailor traffic control solutions to suit.
As a result, our list of completed projects is diverse: conducting 40 km of cabling works, managing one of London’s largest triathlon events, and constructing a tunnel the length of two football fields are just a few examples. We have the experience and capability to plan and deploy the right traffic control solutions for virtually any scenario.
See below for some case studies of work we’ve undertaken.
BFK had to link East & West ticket halls at Farringdon Crossrail Station. Each one was to be connected by tunnels slightly longer than two football fields. Find out how our traffic management solutions helped Crossrail and BFK to get the job done.
When Modus Utilities were successful in their bid to upgrade the infrastructure beneath the new Euston Station Taxi Rank, Road Traffic Solutions were asked to help maintain public safety and manage the pedestrian traffic in the area.
In partnership with Virgin Sport, Road Traffic Solutions supported what has become the UK’s largest outdoor fitness festival over three days in May. Both Virgin & RTS are looking forward to the 2020 event!
Road Traffic Solutions were contracted to provide a bespoke Traffic Management solution for Velo Birmingham & Midlands, a 100 mile, closed road cycling event for over 15,000 participants, starting and finishing in Birmingham City centre.
Having worked successfully with Cheltenham BID on the Christmas Lights Switch On 2018, a parade around the town centre, RTS were re-approached for consultation and implementation for the 2019 event.
James Glancy are responsible for the design, installation and removal of the Christmas decorations on many of the roads within the West End of London including the iconic Regent Street.
When Universal Productions were concerned for their event they approached Road Traffic Solutions to help. With less than 3 weeks to the broadcast date there was no clear plan in place, but as we all know “the show must go on”!