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The Differential Levels of Service project (LoS) project is a Te Ringa Maimoa foundation project that responds to one of the original Road Maintenance Task Force outcomes. The LoS framework builds on work done by early adopters of the One Network Framework (ONF) at Waikato District Council, and consultation and optioneering done by Wairoa District Council.

Project outcomes

The LoS framework aims to provide:

  • better evidence for transport investment decision makers.
  • a consistent way of describing transport levels of service across the sector.
  • alignment of community outcomes through to performance measures.
  • streamlined optioneering and consistent differentiation using ONF.
  • a robust connection between service, cost and risk.

Progress to date

An Investment Logic Mapping (ILM) document was produced to summarise the LoS framework development during 2021 with the support of key industry sector experts. There was wide ranging engagement in the ILM from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and metro, provincial and rural councils. ​The project will support delivery of the One Network Framework objectives.

ILM output

investment logic mapping diagram