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Introduction

This work category provides for the planned periodic renewal of pavement layers, including top surface metal, on unsealed roads.

Qualifying activities

The work category includes a range of qualifying activities.

  • Examples of qualifying activities

    Examples of qualifying activities

    Examples of qualifying activities include, but may not be limited to:

    • Planned periodic renewal of pavement layers, including top surface metal, on unsealed roads for the purpose of either:
      • replacing wearing course aggregate, or
      • restoring pavement strength.

    Other potential activities that are not in the above list should be discussed with the Transport Agency for eligibility.

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Funding assistance rate

The usual funding assistance rate is:

Applying for funding approval

Applications for funding approval should be made through the Maintenance module in Transport Investment Online(external link) (TIO).

References

For detail on over-width carriageways, see:

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activity management plan (AMP)

An activity management plan prepared in accordance with clause 2 of schedule 10 of the Local Government Act 2002 for approved organisations, or Cabinet Office circular CO (19) 6: Investment Management and Asset Performance in the State Services, for Crown entities (which include the Transport Agency for state highways, and the Department of Conservation). Activity management planning considers the assets in the context of the services they are supporting and clarifies the purpose for holding the asset. The goal of good asset management is to support the delivery of a level of service (whatever the service may be) in the most cost-effective manner, taking long term sustainability into account. Activity management plans should be based on the National Asset Management Steering (NAMS) Group's International infrastructure management manual.