Resilience is when there is a disruptive event on our roads people still need to get to where they are going. Resilience is about preserving and restoring access to the roading network despite unexpected disruptive events.
It is about making sure our roads can absorb and withstand disruptive events, that there are planned alternative routes when roads are closed and that they are reopened as soon as possible.
In practical terms, this means our state highway network can perform effectively in a crisis, adapt to changing conditions (including climate change) and recover quickly from disturbances.
We have created a number of tools, plans and resources to help achieve this.
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