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Cover of Responsibilities for Local Roads
Responsibilities for Local Roads
  • Publication no: AP-129-98
  • Published: 1 January 1998
Over 80% of Australia`s road network is made up by what is loosely referred to as `local roads`. This study was initiated to clarify the functions of, and responsibilities for, local roads across the three tiers of government and identify possible areas where greater consistency may be beneficial.
  • AP-129/98 REPONSIBILITIES FOR LOCAL ROADS
  • CONTENTS
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. ROAD FUNCTIONS
  • 3. CURRENT JURISDICTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
  • 4. NATIONAL UNIFORMITY GOALS
  • 5. OBSTACLES TO NATIONAL UNIFORMITY
  • 6. TOWARDS NATIONAL UNIFORMITY
  • 7. A PROPSED FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION
  • 8. CONCLUSION
  • ATTACHMENT A - ROAD ROLES/RESPONSIBILITIES IN STATES AND TERRITORIES
  • ATTACHMENT B - NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM
  • ATTACHMENT C - FUNCTIONAL ROAD CLASSIFICATION - COMPARISON OF PROPOSED SYSTEM WITH NAASRA (1970)
  • ATTACHMENT D - APPLICATION OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM TO THE 1983 NATIONAL ROAD SURVEY DATA
  • ATTACHMENT E - LENGTHS OF ROAD BY FUNCTIONAL CLASS
  • ATTACHMENT F - NAASRA FUNCTIONAL CLASSES AGGREGATED TO NRS ROAD CLASSES
  • ATTACHMENT G - ROAD CLASS DISTRIBUTIONS