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Work category 211: Unsealed road metalling - guidance

 

Introduction

This work category A type of activity – not confined to a particular activity class, e.g. new roads (work category 323) appears in:

* activity class 12 – local road improvements
* activity class 13 – state highways improvements
provides for the planned periodic renewal of pavement The road structure that is constructed on the subgrade and supports the traffic loading. layers, including top surface metal, on unsealed roads.

 

This definition applies to the 2012-15 NLTP A National Land Transport Programme Interrelated and complementary combination of activities that, when delivered in a coordinated manner, produce synergies – can span more than one work category and more than one activity class, e.g. a programme could include a road improvement and public transport improvement activities. adopted by the NZTA under section 19 of the LTMA, as from time to time amended or varied .  For the 2015-18 NLTP please refer to the updated definition for work category 211.

 

Examples of qualifying activities

Examples of qualifying activities include, but may not be limited to:

  • Planned periodic renewal of pavement The road structure that is constructed on the subgrade and supports the traffic loading. layers, including top surface metal, on unsealed roads for the purpose of either:
    • replacing wearing course The surface layer of a pavement The road structure that is constructed on the subgrade and supports the traffic loading. intended for skid and abrasion resistance. aggregate, or
    • restoring pavement The road structure that is constructed on the subgrade and supports the traffic loading. strength.

 

Other potential activities that are not in the above list should be discussed with the NZTA for eligibility.

 

 

Funding assistance rate

The usual funding assistance rate is:

 

References

For detail on over-width carriageways, see:

 
 

Last Updated: 21/02/2017 4:50pm