Codes of Practice
This code introduces the technical requirements, standards and specifications of the Land Transport Authority to aid
the design of development layout with regards to proposed street works, as well as the engineering design and
construction of proposed street works.
Outlines the procedures and requirements for carrying out works on public streets.
Provides a comprehensive guide on planning and designing a temporary traffic control at construction zones.
Standards & Specifications
Sets standards and guidelines for common road elements such as drains, kerbs and pavements as a reference for road construction.
(Previously known as the Road Data Hub Collection Specification) Discusses standards and quality of as-constructed GIS (Geographic Information System) data for all road features forming the GIS Data Hub. Also includes supporting files such as symbology and font files required for proper display of road inventory symbols.
This Guidelines assist developers (and transport professionals who are engaged) by outlining the requirements and the level of details required for the TIA studies and WCP preparation.
The Guidelines have been updated on 7 December 2018 to include the expansion of Walking & Cycling Plan to more development types meeting the TIA threshold. A list of updates can be found on the cover page of the document.
This Guidebook highlights the essential points needed for a quality lodgement appication for Development control (DC) Layout and Street Plan proposals.
Discusses procedures and requirements for carrying out engineering works within road structure safety zone and engineering activity on land adjoining public streets.
Provides the necessary requirements for the proper placement of skips along public roads to ensure safety and minimise obstructions and inconvenience to road users.
Lists guidelines for temporary directional signs that lead to show flats of new developments.
Lists guidelines on displaying on vertical banners for national events, major festivals and events supported or organised by a relevant government agency.
Provides details on access points, plan presentation, development frontage and common areas.
Provides users with the latest developments on street proposals and works on public streets.
Schedule an appointment with one of our LTA officers for consultation on street proposals and public works.
Explains classification of work on public streets, policies and processes.
Security agencies are required to apply for authorisation from the Land Transport Authority (LTA), on behalf of their qualified security officers, to perform traffic regulation duties for road works.