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Coloured surfacing is generally an additional feature added to the standard features of a design.
The purpose of the National operating policy for Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency variable message signs is to provide policy guidance for the operation of variable message signs (VMS).
Published: February 2022
Category: Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Policy | Audiences: Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants
We have developed a resource efficiency strategy, Te Hiringa o Te Taiao, and this supporting Resource Efficiency Policy for Infrastructure Delivery & Maintenance to deliver on our commitment to use resources sustainably with minimal environmental imp…
This note is to advise that M23 Specification & Guidelines for Road Safety Hardware has been updated.
Published: August 2022
Category: Environmental sustainability , Research programme , Research & reports | Audiences: Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors
This research was commissioned to develop a scientific, life-cycle based understanding of the whole-of-life environmental impacts of different pavement designs, including use of recycled materials.
This note provides guidance on the technical standards that can be used for the design of a broad spectrum of timber bridges, including glue-laminated bridges.
This note is to advise that there are two new specifications added to the roading toolbox.
This note is to advise all parties to capital works tenders that temporary arrangements will be made to the tendering process because of the current industry circumstances.
The Road to Zero Speed and Infrastructure Programme Design Framework has been introduced for use on all current and future corridors and sites that form part of Road to Zero Speed and Infrastructure Programme.
Applying the the early assessment sifting tool (EAST) is recommended where there are a large number of alternatives and options to consider, that is, ‘coarse screening’.