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Improving High Productivity Vehicle Access through Potential Charging Regimes
This study assessed how charging regimes could increase high productivity vehicle (HPV) access, using three case study insights.
Four charging regimes were identified and assessed:
the National Transport Commission’s Heavy Vehicle Charging Regime (PAYGO)
New Zealand’s Road ...
Austroads LTPP / LTPPM Study - Summary Report 2014-15
This report provides a summary of activities completed during 2014–15 for the Austroads long term pavement performance monitoring project.
Austroads has funded the long-term pavement performance study since late 1994. The project monitors the structural and functional performan...
Austroads Road Assets Metadata Standard Workshops
Do you collect, use or share road asset data? Workshop session are being held across Australia and New Zealand to allow practitioners to contribute to the development of a Road Assets Metadata Standard.
The standard covers eight key areas:
Public Demand for Safer Speeds: Identification of Interventions for Trial
Speeding is a major contributor to road injuries and fatalities and remains prevalent. Changing community perceptions about speeding is an important priority.
Austroads commissioned research to identify a range of potential interventions for future trial and evaluation aimed at creating, incre...
Safe System Assessment Framework
This report proposes an assessment framework designed to help road agencies methodically consider Safe System objectives in road infrastructure projects.
The framework considers key crash types that lead to fatal and serious crash outcomes, as well as the risks associated with these crashes (e...
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