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By: Trifecta  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Traffic Management, Automate

The T3 module is designed to automate the entire paperwork business process for CAR's (Corridor Access Requests) and TMP's (Traffic Management Plans) online, including submission, review, and approval — all in alignment with the best practices suggested by the new National Code of Practice for Utilities' Access to the Transport Corridors. T3 utilises intelligent scheduling, safe traffic management, KPI visibility, historical archiving, and warranty tracking all in ONE application. In T3, each step of a desired process flow is represented by an icon across the top of the screen. Applicants can instantly see by the check marks where they are in the process, and clicking on the relevant icon takes them to the associated data forms required for that step. Project Status is automatically tracked for each set of forms, with both the Corridor Manager and the applicant receiving ongoing feedback via e-mails and alerts regarding where they currently are in the process. Compliance issues, such as credentialing, are automatically checked. Corridor Manager's are even alerted when warranties are approaching their expiration.

Keywords: Automate, Traffic Management

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