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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.

A methodology for identifying environmental risks for bridge maintenance

Published: | Category: Environment & resource planning , Manuals | Audience: Roading contractors

The Guideline for preparing an environmental and social management plan details the minimum requirements for all NZ Transport Agency environmental and social management plans (ESMP). This methodology provides additional specific information for developing an ESMP for a bridge management contract.

Adjuster

| Category: Funding , Procurement , Manuals | Audience: Local & regional government

The Adjuster calculates contract price adjustments for cost fluctuation using the bitumen volume based method.

Alternative fatigue management scheme

Published: | Category: Manuals | Audience: Heavy vehicle operators

An alternative fatigue management scheme (AFMS) is a risk management scheme that, once approved by the NZ Transport Agency, allows commercial operators greater flexibility in their operations. In an AFMS each operator develops systems and processes that manage work and rest time limits for their drivers while ensuring that fatigue is proactively managed. The following documents provide additional information that may assist you when considering if an AFMS is an appropriate tool for your business, including relevant application forms.

Appendix 3E - Passing and overtaking

Published: | Category: Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

This appendix supports Transit NZ's policy on passing and overtaking in section 3.4.3 of the PPM. This applies to two-lane state highways in rural and peri-urban areas until the point at which they are likely to be considered for four-laning.

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.

Austroads guide to stabilisation in roadworks - AP-60/98: 1998 (cover note)

Published: | Category: Austroads guides , Manuals | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

A guideline to good practice for road stabilisation.

Austroads road engineering guides 2009

Published: | Category: Austroads guides , Manuals | Audiences: General, Local & regional government, Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The NZ Transport Agency will be formally integrating the new guides into their business from the 1st August 2010.

Bridge data system (BDS) structural guide

Published: | Category: Structures (bridges & culverts) , Manuals | Audience: General

The BDS was used for maintaining up-to-date structural information for all structures on the state highway network that are sensitive to overweight vehicle loads, and was used by OPermit to assist with the evaluation of overweight permit applications for travel on the state highway network.

Bridge descriptive system (BDS) descriptive guide part A

Published: | Category: Structures (bridges & culverts) , Manuals | Audience: General

The Bridge descriptive system is used for maintaining up-to-date structural information for all structures on the state highway network that are sensitive to overweight vehicle loads, and is used by OPermit to assist with the evaluation of overweight permit applications for travel on the state highway network.
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