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David Hayes - Robust decision making

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Originally presented at the AITPM – SA Branch Back to Basics Tech Forum – 19 October 2018

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David Hayes - Robust decision making

  1. 1. Robust Decision Making City of Burnside David Hayes Consultation and Policies 1
  2. 2. Consultation Requirements for Installing Traffic Control Devices  Legal Requirements  Road Closures  Full Closures  Part Closure  Vehicle Class Closure  Other TCD  No Legal Requirement  However, 2
  3. 3. Local Government Act 1999 requirements  Chapter 4, Part 5 (sec 50)  (1) For the purposes of this Act, a council must prepare and adopt a public consultation policy.  Chapter 13, Part 2 (sec 270)  Procedures for review of decisions and requests for services. 3
  4. 4. Consultation Styles, degree & extent  Informative  i.e. advising customers  Statutory requirements  Safety requirements  Full Engagement  i.e. customers directing the outcome  Everything in between  LATM’s 4
  5. 5. Styles, degree & extent (cont)  Tailoring Consultation  Extent  Format  Weighting  Evaluating Consultation  Weighting  Advising of Outcome  Customers  Record keeping 5
  6. 6. Policies  What is a Policy  Consultation Policy  Road and Traffic Management Policy  Parking Policy 6
  7. 7. Road & Traffic Management  Considerations  Protocols  Strategic Plans  Approach – (purpose & motherhood statement)  Interpretation (terms and dictionary)  Content  General statement, overarching principles  Commitment to Safety, consideration of equity  Speed Limits  Traffic Impact Statements  Road Classification  Local Area Traffic Management  Deployment of temporary advisory signs  Schools & Kindergartens 7
  8. 8. Road & Traffic Management (cont)  Content (cont)  Roadside protection – outdoor/roadside dining areas etc.  Site assessment and determination of need  Attributing costs  Parking  Street lighting  Driveways  Parking adjacent to  General – where, widths, how many, costs, maintenance, construction type  Roadside Mirror and Furniture  Temporary Road Closure –  Events/Street parties  Work Zone traffic Management 8
  9. 9. Road & Traffic Management (cont)  Content (cont)  Cycling infrastructure  Over dimensional vehicles/loads & Mass Limits  NHVR  Exclusions  Hoarding  Directional Signs  Community  Tourism  Review, Authority & Availability 9
  10. 10. Parking Policy  Introduction  Strategic plan  Legislative Requirements  Interpretation  Implementation  Introduction  Amendments  Enforcement & Expiating  Permits, temporary & permanent exemptions  Dispute Resolutions  Review, Authority & Availability 10
  11. 11. Other Policies  Roadside Development  Roadside dining  Bollards & Protection  Development Plans  Parking provisions  Access driveways  Public Lighting Policy  Risk Management Policy  Footpath Policy  Equal Access Policy (DDA access etc.) 11
  12. 12. Other Policies (cont)  Cycling  Bus Shelters  Verge Development Policy (private landscaping)  Tree Management Policy (Council practices)  Asset Policy  Service and Condition Standards  Event Policy  Road closures & Traffic management  Kerbside Waste Collection Services 12
  13. 13. Thank you 13

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