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Road Asset Management Plan

Council manages 704km of sealed roads and 20km of unsealed roads, with a replacement cost estimated at $643M in 2018-19. The road network has major economic and social value, as it provides connectivity to residents, visitors and businesses across the municipality.

The aim of the Road Asset Management Plan (RAMP) is to review and update mechanisms currently used in Council’s road management.
It concentrates on the revision of service standards, measuring asset performance, and optimising the lifecycle management of Council’s road assets. The Road Asset Management Plan also demonstrates Council’s improving maturity with respect to core asset management knowledge and documentation.

As well as examining the performance of road assets, the Road Asset Management Plan documents and assesses how Council currently undertakes road management practices, road expenditure and service standards, and recommends improvement actions that will balance customer expectations, lifecycle costs and risk management into the future.

The Road Asset Management Plan comprises a main report and several attachments.

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