Documents specific to development and other third party works

Guide to Traffic Generating Developments (PDF, 1.9 MB) is the key reference document for considering and addressing the traffic impacts of developments.

Strategic design requirements for DAs (PDF, 524.37 KB) outlines the minimum design information required to support any roadworks on State roads, or traffic signals on any road, which form part of your development application.

TfNSW approvals for Council delivered upgrades (PDF, 508.57 KB) is a guide for councils to obtain approvals to works on State roads and works relating to traffic signals.

Transport Corridor Outdoor Advertising and Signage Guidelines (PDF, 1.39 MB) outlines best practice for the planning and design of outdoor advertisements in transport corridors. The guide specifically complements the provisions of the SEPP (Industry and Employment) 2021.

Other relevant documents

Austroads provides a series of guides which inform the design, construction, maintenance and operation of the road network in Australia and New Zealand.

Schedule of Classified Roads and Unclassified Regional Roads is a complete list of classified roads and unclassified regional roads in NSW.

Cycleway Design Toolbox provides guidance for practitioners on desired outcomes for cycling and other forms of micromobility in NSW, including design principles for cycleways in specific contexts.

Freight and Servicing Last Mile Toolkit promotes practitioners to give greater consideration to freight and servicing demands for new developments as well as better management of existing built areas.

Movement and Place website consists of guidance and a supporting toolkit for practitioners to change the way our places and transport networks are designed, planned, and delivered in order to deliver maximum benefit for most people.

NATCO’s Design Guides help cities make the best use of their most abundant resource: their streets. The Guides provide a resource for measuring the success of urban streets to include access, safety and mobility for all users, environmental quality, economic benefit, public health and overall quality of life.

Network Planning in Precincts Guide provides best practice principles, tools, examples and case studies of a transport network that facilitates the efficient movement of people and goods while supporting 15-minute neighbourhoods and 30-minute cities, as well as the desired place, safety, public health and wellbeing, environmental and economic outcomes.

Safe Systems Assessment Framework for Movement and Place Guide (PDF, 37.48 MB) provides planning direction on improving place outcomes, to achieve a safe road and street environment for all customers.