Looking after all the traffic signals in the city
That could be monitoring the transport network using CCTV cameras and operating the traffic signals, renewing or replacing them, making changes so they work better, and phasing them to ensure traffic moves efficiently through the city and people don’t have to wait too long to cross.
Delivering new infrastructure
So this is building all the new stuff! It could be installing new bike lanes, building a new footpath where there isn't one, making improvements to an intersection, or putting in a pedestrian crossing so people can get across safely.
Maintenance and renewals
The maintenance and renewals team ensures all our existing transport infrastructure is looked after. This includes overseeing 700km of roads and 2000km of footpaths! They look after 26km of bike lanes, but this will grow to 166km when the network is complete. The team also look after signs, tunnels, bridges, retaining walls, sea walls, road markings, and street furniture (like public benches). A job for this crew could be anything from one person painting a handrail, to a large team working with millions of dollars’ worth of equipment to repair and reseal a road.