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The Road Efficiency Group: Transforming Transportation Asset Management

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A presentation by Grant Holland during the IPWEA (Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia) International Public Works Conference 2017

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The Road Efficiency Group: Transforming Transportation Asset Management

  1. 1. The Road Efficiency Group: Transforming Transportation Asset Management Grant Holland Waugh Infrastructure Management Ltd New Zealand (Coordinator One Network Road Classification Subgroup)
  2. 2. Overview of Paper  Background - the Road Maintenance Task Force (RMTF)  The NZ network  Establishment of a new cross-sector group  Work Groups  Network classification  Leadership  ONRC and Government Priorities (GPS)  Performance Measures and Business Case Approach  Application to local networks (Garry) 2
  3. 3. The Road Maintenance Task Force  Background – the RMTF 3 The Road Efficiency Group: Transforming Transportation Asset Management
  4. 4. Management of the NZ Roading Network 4 Current Stock of New Zealand Roads Road Type km % of Roads VKT (Bill) Managed by State Highways 10,894 12 18 NZTA Highways Local Roads 79,889 88 18 Local Authorities Total 90,783 100 36 Graphic: NZTA
  5. 5. The Road Efficiency Group (REG) is born 5  2011 Road Maintenance Task Force established (RMTF)  2012 RMTF report and recommendations  2012 Road Efficiency Group established to implement RMTF recommendations  2013 National Customer Levels of Service established for roading networks (CLoS). The CLoS are: Safety, Resilience, Amenity, Accessibility and Travel time reliability (Customer outcome performance measures and technical output performance measures)
  6. 6. The REG Purpose To Enable Efficient and Effective Transport Systems Through Smart Investment www.nzta.govt.nz/reg REG Growth 6
  7. 7. REG Structure and Sub-groups 7
  8. 8. ONRC - a framework for change 8 One Network Road Classification The One Network Road Classification (ONRC) is a classification system, which divides New Zealand’s roads into six categories based on how busy they are, whether they connect to important destinations, or are the only route available: National, Arterial, Regional, Primary collector, Secondary collector, Access; Access (Low Volume) also added
  9. 9. ONRC – Measures and Tools 9
  10. 10. Data – The Solid Foundation 10
  11. 11. Workshops and Support 11 Procurement  Smart Buyer Self Assessment  Case Studies  Promote procurement and delivery models that will enhance the sector’s ability to obtain value for money  Gather, moderate and publish examples of good practice procurement  Avoid duplication
  12. 12. Workshops and Support 12 Capability and Enabling  Workshops and practical support to help Road Controlling Authorities (RCAs) develop their business cases and tell an effective investment story.  2018 Activity Management Plans (AMPs) use the business case approach: customer focused and evidence based.  Peer support is available between workshops from REGional Champions
  13. 13. Leadership – Turning Traction to Action 13 Leadership Group and Governance Group  Central Government  Regional Government  Local Government  NZTA – Investment  NZTA - Highways
  14. 14. Leadership – Government picks it up 14 Government Policy Statement Value for money: …the introduction of the One Network Road Classification system and the collaborative efforts of the Road Efficiency Group delivered better coordination and efficiency gains for maintenance activities. One Network Road Classification data shows this is being achieved through greater discipline of maintenance expenditure. New evaluation and business case disciplines, and new ways of dealing with uncertainty, will support better decision making.
  15. 15. Leadership – Government picks it up 15 Government Policy Statement Improved network resilience at the most critical points It is important for economic growth and productivity that the network is resilient at the most critical points. The most critical points on our network have been determined by considering … the routes importance (for roads this is linked to it’s role as per the One Road Network Classification system) and the availability of appropriate alternative routes.
  16. 16. Leadership – Government picks it up 16 Government Policy Statement Improved returns from road maintenance Nationally there has been good progress on improving value for money from road maintenance. The One Network Road Classification has set agreed customer levels of service for each type of road along with relevant performance standards…
  17. 17. Leadership – Government picks it up 17 Government Policy Statement The collaborative approach taken through the Road Efficiency Group has improved maintenance procurements and operation practices. The GPS will support this result through: - ongoing investment in network maintenance to ensure it provides the appropriate customer levels of service; - fully embedding the One Network Road Classification, Customer Levels of Service Standards, and performance measures.
  18. 18. Transformation 18 How big is the change?  Very big  Paradigm thinking shift for all  From compliance to culture  Committed leaders  A lot of learning  Collaboration commonplace  No one gets left behind
  19. 19. Transformation 19 Is it all talk or ‘for real’? It’s about making it real.
  20. 20. Transformation 20 Is it a change for better? Understanding the need Investing for change
  21. 21. Questions? Contact Details Road Efficiency Group roadefficiencygroup@nzta.govt.nz www.nzta.govt.nz/reg Grant Holland Waugh Infrastructure Ltd grant.@waugh.nz www.waughinfrastructure.com SH8 in winter Photo: Grant Holland