This memo provides requirements for the provision of services on existing state highway structures. These requirements are intended to assist utility operators to prepare suitable documentation for review by the NZ Transport Agency.
To advise on the required practice for installation of slip base sign fixings to ensure safe operation and compliance with NZ Transport Agency P24 specification and RMSA Compliance standard for traffic signs (2008).
This report identifies possible methods and constraints on the use of waste tyre rubber in asphalt in New Zealand. There are two main methods: Wet process - ground tyre rubber (GTR) is first combined with the asphalt binder and can produce asphalt with superior properties; and dry process – the GTR is used to replace a fraction of the aggregate and does not appear to offer any performance enhancement.
This technical memorandum provides advice on the recommended practice for the design and installation of transitions between wire rope safety barriers (WRSB) and semi-rigid and rigid barrier systems. The barrier configurations in the memo are generic. For specific details for proprietary barrier systems, contact the system supplier.
The launches of the Safer Journey’s initiative and the Decade of Action for Road Safety have brought the way we design for safety into focus. The purpose of this document is to define the Safe System philosophy for dual carriageway roads and how this may vary with context. In particular these guidelines are intended for use on all the roads of national significance (RoNS) projects.