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Introduction

FARs that apply for specific activities, i.e. special purpose roads, Crown Range Road, level crossing warning devices improvements, stock effluent facilities, rail services,  and total mobility activities.

For activities eligible for targeted enhanced FARs for the 2018-21 National Land Transport Programme (NLTP), please see 2018-21 NLTP Targeted enhanced rates

2018-21 NLTP Other funding assistance rates

The tables below set out other funding assistance rates (excluding 2018-21 NLTP Targeted enhanced rates) for Approved Organisations.

The tables below set out other FARs (excluding 2018–21 NLTP targeted enhanced funding assistance rates) for approved organisations.

  • Road maintenance and improvements

    Special purpose roads maintenance programmes and low cost, low risk improvements

    In October 2014, the NZ Transport Agency Board agreed that the FAR for special purpose roads should remain at current levels for the 2015-18 NLTP, to allow the Transport Agency and approved organisations to engage and develop individual plans to transition special purpose roads to normal FARs by 2023/24. 

    The following other FARs will apply for each approved organisation at the start of the 2018-21 NLTP. The Transport Agency and affected approved organisations will engage during the 2018-21 NLTP to agree and implement transition plans on a case by case basis. The FARs for each approved organisation from that point will reflect the transition plan.

      2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 End Transition 
    normal FAR 
    Clutha District Council  95% 95% 95% 59%
     

    Crown Range Road - Queenstown-Lakes District Council only  

    Maintenance programme 90% 90% 90% 51%
    Minor and other improvements 100% 100% 100% 51%
     

    Rail level crossing warning devices

    Improvements (work category 321) Approved organisation normal FAR or as advised is the FAR section of work category 321: New traffic management facilities
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  • Work category 515: Rail services

    The following table shows the FARs that will apply to work category 515 by year. 

    Work category 515 - Rail services 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21

    End transition normal FAR

    All approved organisations 53% 52% 51% 51%

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  • Total Mobility activities

    The FARs shown below have been agreed for the 2018-21 NLTP. 

    2018-21 NLTP Total Mobility FARs (%)
    Work category 517: Total mobility services* 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21
    Northland Regional Council 60 60 60
    Auckland Transport 60 60 60
    Waikato Regional Council 60 60 60
    Bay of Plenty Regional Council 60 60 60
    Gisborne District Council 60 60 60
    Hawkes Bay Regional Council 60 60 60
    Taranaki Regional Council 60 60 60
    Horizons Manawatu 60 60 60
    Greater Wellington Regional Council 60 60 60
    Marlborough District Council 60 60 60
    Nelson City Council 60 60 60
    Environment Canterbury 60 60 60
    West Coast Regional Council 50 50 50
    Otago Regional Council 60 60 60
    Southland Regional Council (Invercargill City Council) 60 60 60
    519 - Wheelchair hoists 60 60 60
    521 - Total mobility wheel chair hoist use payments 100 100 100

     

    * 60% applies to approved organisations fully on the scheme, 50% for those on phase 1 and 40% for those not on the scheme.

     

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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.