Step 1. Check if you need a Corridor Access Request Step 1. Check if you need a Corridor Access Request
If your activity involves digging, drilling or resurfacing in the road corridor, or for non-excavation if your activity affects the normal operation of the road, footpath or berm, you will need to apply for a Corridor Access Request (CAR).
When a CAR is required
- Digging, excavating, drilling, resurfacing, or doing any other activity that will alter, or cause to be altered, the surface of the road corridor (road, footpath or berm).
- Placing any pipe, duct, pole, cabinet or other structure below, on or above the road corridor.
- Building a new driveway or installing a new stormwater drain that leads into the road corridor.
- Building a new fence and your work site or equipment encroaches onto the road corridor.
- Working near or opening manhole access covers.
You also need to apply for a Corridor Access Request (CAR) for non-excavation activities such as:
- Placing a skip, bin or container in the road corridor.
- Putting up a temporary scaffolding (mobile or fixed).
- Using or parking machinery such as cranes, cherry pickers and water blasters.
- Applying for a full or partial road or footpath closure to work on or above the road.
- Non-excavation activities on Level LV, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 2L roads.
- Flying a drone over the road, footpath or berm.
Containers on AT Property including berms and roads:
- Containers are not to be used to store construction materials on AT property.
- Containers are not to be placed down on any part of the footpath.
- Containers can only be placed down on AT Property for household relocation.