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Asphalt surfacing treatment selection guidelines

Published: | Category: Pavement design , Manuals | Audience: Road controlling authorities

These guidelines for surfacing treatment selection have been written for asset managers, surfacing engineers and pavement designers. They aim to guide the reader in the engineering decision making and processes that need to occur in selecting a road surfacing treatment.

2017 New Zealand guide to pavement evaluation and treatment design

Published: | Category: Pavement design , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The 2017 New Zealand guide to pavement evaluation and treatment design provides guidance for investigating, testing, designing and constructing pavement rehabilitation treatments in New Zealand. This guide replaces the Rehabilitation Design chapter, Chapter 10, of the New Zealand supplement to the document, Pavement design – a guide to the structural design of road pavements (Austroads 1992) by Transit New Zealand (Transit 2000). The New Zealand supplement to the document, Pavement design – a guide to the structural design of road pavements (Austroads 2004) by Transit (2007) did not contain any direct rehabilitation information. This guide should be read in conjunction with the Guide to pavement technology part 5: pavement evaluation and treatment design (Austroads 2011). It specifically addresses pavement issues which are unique to New Zealand conditions. It contains guidance on how New Zealand research can be incorporated into pavement design methods and reemphasises the precedent strain design methodology.

New Zealand guide to pavement structural design

Published: | Category: Pavement design , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

This version of the New Zealand guide to pavement structural design is to be used for the design of new pavements. For rehabilitation refer to the New Zealand guide to pavement evaluation and treatment. This guide replaces the NZ supplement to the 2004 Austroads pavement design guide.  

NZ supplement to the 1999 Austroads pavement design guide

Published: | Category: Pavement design , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

This version of the supplement is to be used for the design of pavement rehabilitation treatments. For new construction refer to the 2004 version. This document is superseded by the 2017 NZ guide to pavement evaluation and treatment design.  

NZ supplement to the 2004 Austroads pavement design guide

Published: | Category: Pavement design , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

This version of the New Zealand supplement to 2004 Austroads pavement design guide is to be used for the design of new pavements. For rehabilitation refer to the 1999 version. This guide is now superseded by the 2017 NZ guide to pavement structural design.

Chipsealing in New Zealand

Published: | Category: Pavement design , Manuals | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

Chipsealing in New Zealand is a distillation of information from at least 80 years experience in New Zealand, compiled by chipsealing experts from throughout New Zealand. Many years of experience based on research and backed up by references have contributed to this book. In New Zealand extremes of climate and landscape impose many constraints on road surface performance and present challenges to be overcome. Chipsealing techniques differ from the north to the south of New Zealand and there is therefore no 'correct' or only way for a chipsealing operation to be carried out. Experience and research are presented in this book so the reader can make their own informed decisions when using chipsealing technology.
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