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Audio tactile profiled roadmarkings

Published: | Category: Materials , Roadmarking , Specifications | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This specification and guidance notes apply only to audio tactile profiled (ATP) roadmarkings. These roadmarkings include rumble strips and provide all three of audio and tactile (vibratory) and visual information to road users. ATP roadmarkings used on the state highway must be on the current list of type approved markings. ATP markings that have current approval in terms of M/24 for use on state highways are listed in M/24 notes.

Auckland motorways

Published: | Category: State highways , Leaflets & brochures | Audience: Communities

Documents the history of development of the Auckland Motorway Network

Guidelines for audio tactile profiled roadmarkings

Published: | Category: Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

This guideline is for the use of road controlling authorities, consultants and contractors when designing and installing audio tactile profiled roadmarkings. Because they are relatively new in New Zealand, clear guidelines are required for their use and these have been based on overseas practice and local experience to date.

Cost sharing with the NZ Transport Agency

Published: | Category: Land developers , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Land developers

This document provides guidance on the NZ Transport Agency’s approach to sharing the costs associated with mitigating development effects on the state highway. The Transport Agency enters into cost sharing agreements to ensure that the financial costs and wider network benefits of mitigation works is met by the appropriate parties.

Guide for the interpretation of coded crash reports from the crash analysis system (CAS)

Published: | Category: Road safety , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

Used by engineers and other people involved in crash reduction studies and safety audits to interpret crash movement and codes and environment codes.

Historic heritage impact assessment guide for state highway projects

Published: | Category: Land developers , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

This guide describes the processes to be used on NZ Transport Agency projects for assessing historic heritage effects and to determine appropriate mitigations.

Pavement marking

Published: | Category: Application , Roadmarking , Specifications | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

This specification and guidance notes apply to the reflectorised and non-reflectorised marking of sealed and paved road surfaces in paint, thermoplastic and other types of roadmarking materials. Thermoplastic application is limited to machine screeding, machine spray and machine extrusion. Paint shall be applied by machine spray methods only. Not recommended for use on state highways - please use P/22 Specification for reflectorised pavement marking.

Archived publications of annual registration statistics (2005-2013)

Published: | Category: Nationwide statistics , Statistics & surveys | Audience: General

Annual registration statistics

National farebox recovery policy

Published: | Category: Public transport , Planning, design, funding, building, maintenance of the transport network , Guidance for specialists | Audience: Local & regional government

At its April 2010 NZ Transport Agency Board meeting, the board adopted the national farebox recovery policy. The purpose of this policy is to encourage a greater focus on efficiency that may have been the case in the past, and to work with approved organisations (such as regional councils) to determine, on a case-by-case basis, what constitutes an equitable sharing of the costs between public transport users, ratepayers and road users through the NLTP, who pay for the provision of public transport services. The links below take you to the full policy, with supplementary information including Q&As.

Quality standard TQS1

Published: | Category: Quality assurance , Manuals | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

Transit has adopted a two level concept where contracts involving road construction, road maintenance, and structures activities are assigned a quality assurance level High (TQS1) or Normal (TQS2). The standard were originally issued in 1995. It has been updated and re-issued as Second Edition: June 2005. The minimum quality system requirements for state highway physical works contracts assessed at the high quality assurance level. It requires third party certification by an approved certification body.
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