Road Network Management System

The Kyogle Council Road Network Management System and associated policies and procedures covers all maintenance and capital works on roads and road related infrastructure within the road reserves under the care and control of Council.

In February 2005 Council adopted the Kyogle Council Road Network Management System .

This system and associated policies and procedures covers all maintenance and capital works on

roads and road related infrastructure within the road reserves under the care and control of

Council. In adopting this system Council recognised that, due to the wide range of activities required to be

funded by Council, and the limited funding available to meet all demands, Council is unable to

allocate sufficient funds to allow maintenance of its Road Network to the level of service desired by

the general community. In order to minimise the potential hazards to road users, Council has

developed a risk management approach to maintenance of Council’s road network.

 

Councils document titled Kyogle Council Road Network Management Plan details the

procedures for identifying the location, nature, inspection frequency, treatment options and repair

priorities of potential hazards to users of the Road Network. The implementation of this

management plan aims to minimise public liability exposure and provide a best value service to the

community in relation to provision of road infrastructure services.

 

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