Road Network Performance Monitoring & Management Guideline
The aim of this guideline is to assist authorities in better decision making for investment in maintenance programmes through performance monitoring, reporting and management. This aim will be achieved by addressing the following objectives:
- Improve the understanding of how the network performs through specific measures (what they measure, how it can be used) and its performance from a statistical point of view
- Clarify the performance management implications as viewed from different performance monitoring frameworks used in New Zealand, including One Network Road Classification (ONRC), Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and Council specific frameworks
- Improve the understanding of linking performance outcomes to the appropriate maintenance programme and investment profile
- Define the data implications on performance monitoring and need guidance to the type, frequency, quality and processing of condition data.
This guideline was developed by the New Zealand Road Infrastructure Management Support Group (RIMS). It forms part of the Body of Knowledge that provides sector guidelines to assist road asset managers with the management planning of their assets.