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Kerosene content estimation

Published: | Category: Specifications , Chipsealing | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This method is a procedure for calculating the lighting kerosene content of cutback bitumen. This method applies to cutback bitumens manufactured from bitumen, Automotive Gas Oil (AGO) and kerosene complying with the M/1 Roading Bitumens specification, including up to 1.5 pph of adhesion agent. Materials containing rheology modifiers, such as polymer modified bitumen, cannot be analysed using this procedure.

Surfacings

Published: | Category: Specifications , Maintenance | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This specification, HM11 Surfacings, replaces specification TNZ C6 Specification for repair of surface defects. However, if TNZ C6 is referred to in existing contract documents then you may continue to use it. Alternatively you could use MR09 Pre-surfacing repairs if you plan to include all of the following specifications in a single surfacing contract: C4, C5, C6, C7 and C8.

Quick check sheets

Published: | Category: Forms , Safety management systems | Audiences: Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants

A visual check sheet system, and report form, for road controlling authority and contractor field staff to assess common maintenance issues.

Travel demand management (TDM) manual

Published: | Category: Manuals , Travel demand management | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This manual provides practical advice and assistance in interpreting and putting into practice travel demand management techniques. The overall objective is to ensure that travel demand management principles are considered and applied across all the Transport Agency's work. It also informs our transport partners, developers and the public of our position on and approach to managing the demand for travel.

W-section bridge guardrail

Published: | Category: Specifications , Structures | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This specification covers the supply of steel and fabrication of all components for W-section bridge guardrail, excluding posts, post bolts and terminal fittings.

Christchurch Southern Motorway – environmental, urban design and landscape masterplan

Published: | Category: Guidance for specialists , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The Environmental, urban design and landscape masterplan for the Christchurch Southern Motorway brings together a range of disciplines including: landscape architecture, urban design, architecture, art, ecology, various design engineering disciplines, planning and roading contractors. The Christchurch Southern Motorway occupies a mixed greenfield and brownfield sites that will connect urban with peri-urban and rural areas. The masterplan vision is developed through appraisals, workshops, consultation and creative thinking to provide an over-arching direction for the Christchurch Southern Motorway.

Unsealed pavements

Published: | Category: Specifications , Maintenance | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

HM23 Unsealed pavements replaces specifications TNZ C11, C12, C13 and C14. However, if TNZ C11, C12, C13 or C14 are referred to in existing contract documents then you may continue to use them.

Environmental design framework

Published: | Category: Guidance for specialists , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The purpose of an Environmental Design Framework (EDF) is similar to that of an Urban and Landscape Design Framework (ULDF) as described in the – Highways and Network Operations Guideline. However an EDF will be more appropriate than an ULDF when a project is located in a rural environment. Following is an Outline to provide additional guidance to Project Managers and Consultants to meet the NZTA’s urban design and environmental expectations.
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