Hamilton is the third largest city in South Australia and is situated on the main roads of the Hamilton City. The City of Hamilton is located on the banks of the Monash Freeway, Princes River and the foothills of Olinda. The major transport arteries in Hamilton include the main Hamilton Bus Station, Princes Bridge, Joseph Reed and Queen Street. The region is served by the South Australian Public Transportation Office (SPO) and the City of Adelaide City Connector.
The City of Hamilton has developed a set of rules and regulations that govern the use of Hamilton line marking on its public highways and arterial footpaths. The main purpose of these rules and regulations is to ensure the safety of local residents, local businesses and visitors as well as promote a safe and cleaner environment for all.
The main traffic control devices used are the vehicle identification number (VIN), colour coded Hamilton line marking and parking control lights. The VIN provides a means to determine the manufacturing and model of a vehicle.
The VIN numbers can be found in several places including the vehicle identification number plate, the car park sticker and the car park sign. The stickers are also available in several locations including the car park entry, the car wash and on the car doors. The colour coding schemes for the pavement Hamilton line marking and the parking control lights are similar to those used in the other areas of the city. The only difference is the colour coding for vehicle identification number.
The vehicles will display the VIN after they have been checked and approved for sale. Once this has been done the car will need to be registered and all drivers must have a valid Australian Driver License (ADA). Once the car has been cleared for entry into the public parking lots, a sticker must be affixed to the back windshield. This sticker will identify the car and it will contain the VIN number. It will also be required to display a parking permit or parking card to allow access to the parking lot.
All authorised drivers will display a parking card that contains their photograph as well as their parking permit. To enter the car park, the driver will need to produce one of these cards. A separate entrance to the car park must then be opened for the driver. The process of entering the restricted area is controlled by a pedestrian gate. It will open automatically once the driver has passed through the gate.
The Hamilton line marking are designed to restrict and control the use of the car park. These features are set out so that drivers can easily recognise where they are to place their vehicles. Once parked, drivers will be required to display their parking cards or permits. There are also safety controls and barriers in place at the car park entrances to prevent access by prohibited and dangerous drivers. This is in addition to the CCTV camera and monitoring system that are in place at the car park entrances.
Parking is controlled by individual parking permits that are displayed on digital sign boards. The permits allow the vehicle to be driven legally on the designated parking space. Permits can be renewed or suspended at any time by displaying the current permit at the entrance to the park. Vehicles that have expired or are in violation of the terms and conditions of the parking permit are immediately removed from the parking space. Once a vehicle has been suspended, it cannot be reinstated until all fines have been paid.
All drivers are expected to follow the rules of the park including speeding, parking in restricted zones and ensuring that vehicles display their parking permits and national insurance information. Designated parking areas are monitored by CCTV to ensure compliance with policy and regulations. Designated pathways are also used to help people access different parts of the park. All of these efforts are made in an effort to improve accessibility and safety for people who wish to visit the park. Consult KP Linemarking today!