Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) QLD Branch in support of Road Safety Week

John Cassel (GM of Acquired Awareness) acting as Vice Chair of the TMAA Queensland branch attended a site on the M1 yesterday in support of road safety week.

In attendance were Minister for Transport Mark Bailey, local member for McCalister Melissa McMahon and local member for Springwood Mick de Brenni.

The Minister for Transport discussed the governments road safety week initiative and the Connecting Queensland Project.

It’s wonderful to see the great support from government for road safety initiatives that support the safety of road users, road workers and traffic management personnel.

For more details about the road safety initiatives please see below.

Twitter video via Mark Bailey & Annastacia Palaszcuk

TMR Web Post

TMAA Facebook Post


Acquired Awareness thanks all our Clients, Customers and Staff

A big thank you to all of our clients and customers for their engagement with us in traffic management this year. We look forward to the coming year and are keen to keep providing the quality services you’ve all come to know from us.
As always, our traffic management arm will be operating 24/7, this includes over this holiday period. So should you be in need of traffic management services, please make sure you contact us on our 24 hour line 3881 3008 and we will be happy to work with you.

Also, a big thank you to all of our staff who have been working hard throughout the year. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

Finally, congratulations to John Cassel  our compliance manager who was the winner of the Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) QLD branch, golden stop/slow bat award last Thursday (12/12/19). This award is given to the person who has contributed a great deal for positive outcomes to the TMAA, over the course of the year.


Happy Holidays to all and Happy New Year!