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The traffic management requirements for events is very different from that of normal roadworks.  The hazards for participants, public and traffic are greatly increased.

Make the traffic run smoothly around your special event when you choose Traffix. With our fully-qualified team of site traffic management supervisors, you can concentrate on those finishing touches without having to worry about the traffic.


Plus we talk to the Auckland Council about your event’s traffic management plan, attending all the meetings and obtaining all the right permits – saving you time and money.  The team at Traffix creates satellite images of your site, requests the permits and designs a site specific traffic management plan for Council.  When we receive an approval notice, we work backwards to finalise a realistic timeframe for setting up what’s needed for your event.


Our highly qualified STMS personnel are proactive in maintaining a safe site by being highly visible in and around the site for the duration of the job.  Our NZTA approved uniform helps give your site a totally professional look.


Whatever your event, our team of experts can organise all your traffic management:



Street festivals

Concerts and musical events

Sporting events – cycling, fun runs, motorsports and more

Public events and private events

Markets and fun days

Reserved parking for special events

We will advise emergency services, transport services and the public of the road closure

Any special event which changes normal roadway operation

Run your own event? We hire out a full range of signs and equipment.

The Traffix team has worked to create smooth-running traffic management for hundreds of  special events, including Massey University Capping Parades, Kumeu Santa Parade, Glen Innes International Festival, Capetown to Cairo Festival and a range of events at Ascension Wine Estate in Matakana.

“Traffix Limited has provided traffic management for the Kumeu Christmas Parade for the past six years.  We have found Traffix...” Read more

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