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Mid South Canterbury Roading Collaboration

Resurfacing contract, and road network operations and maintenance contracts

Activity Management Planning: A Guide to integrating the NZ Transport Agencys Business Case Approach Self assessment

This guide has been developed to help RCAs develop their current Activity Management Plans (AMPs) to incorporate the NZ Transport Agency Business Case Approach (BCA).

Status of Asset Analytics in New Zealand

This report assesses the status of long-term road asset analytics for renewals and maintenance planning for local authority Road Controlling Authorities in New Zealand.

Status of Asset Analytics appendices

Predicting the performance state of a pavement network is often high on the priority list for any local council or road agency when it comes to making sure the pavements are performing to satisfactory conditions.

Data Quality Programme overview factsheet

The DQP overview factsheet provides you with a systems-based view of the different components local authority and national government agency strategic decision-makers, and operational managers need to consider within a process flow. The types of information they need to consider have a slightly different focus but are complementary and aligned.

Customer levels of service (CLoS) outcomes (provisional)

Fit for purpose Customer Levels of Service for each Customer Outcome and functional road category.

Data quality management guideline

This guideline is intended to provide a more detailed level of support and direction in the role and importance of data quality management and how to develop appropriate data processes and plans.

Managing expected surface lives in RAMM overview

This overview is intended to provide high level support and direction in managing expected surface lives in the Road Assessment and Maintenance Management (RAMM) software. Supplementary detailed support is provided in the guideline; Maintaining Expected Surface Lives in RAMM.

Maintaining expected surface lives in RAMM guideline

This guideline is intended to provide detailed support and direction in maintaining expected surface lives in the Road Assessment and Maintenance Management (RAMM) software. Supplementary higher-level guidance is provided in the practise overview; Managing Expected Surface Lives in RAMM.

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