Auckland Transport Database Operations Manual


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RIMS Forum - 20 March 2013
Ranjith de Silva (Auckland Transport, and
Royce Greaves - Opus

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Auckland Transport Database Operations Manual

  1. 1. Auckland TransportDatabase Operation Manual(ATDOM)Presented By:Ranjith De Silva(AT) and Royce Greaves (Opus)
  2. 2. 2AUCKLAND TRANSPORT: BACKGROUNDAuckland Council established by combining sevenLGOs: 1st Nov’2010• Rodney District Council• North Shore City Council• Auckland City Council• Manukau City Council• Waitakere City Council• Papakura District Council• Franklin City Council• (Auckland Regional Council)
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  4. 4. 4Auckland Transport RAMM Database• RAMM system was historically primary road asset inventory for all these council owned and maintained assets• Seven RAMM databases were merged to form single AT database• RAMM 2008, migrate to RAMM 2011 in Mar’2013
  5. 5. 5 AT Database Operation Manual (ATDOM) Version 1 - March 2013Why?• to maintain consistency cross the AKL region for data collection, entry and managementHow?• provides policies/ procedures for data integrity/ consistency overtime, independent of supplier.• procedures for inventory data collection, validation and day to day collection (maint. and construction)• specifies fields and tables to be populated
  6. 6. 6ATDOM – Phase 1: addresses 10 key tables• Carriageway (Asset)• Carriageway Surfacing (Asset)• Footpath (Asset)• Pavement Structure (Asset)• Forward Work Programme (Asset Maintenance)• Maintenance Cost (Asset Maintenance)
  7. 7. 7continued>>>>• Road Names (Information)• Treatment Length (Information)• Traffic (Asset Demand)• Loading (Asset Demand)
  8. 8. 8Three main areas addressed:• What? • What is collected?• Why? • Why is it collected• How? • How is it collected
  9. 9. 9What is collected?• Based on a data dictionary• Similar to Appendix 3 Asset Register of SHDOM• Defines compulsory and optional fields• Designed to ensures consistency in asset register
  10. 10. 10Why is it collected?• Gives context of the need to collect data• Assists with “buy in” of collectors• Outlines responsibilities
  11. 11. 11How is it collected?• Step by step instructions on how to collect each field in each table• Complete with diagrams, conventions, etc• Will improve consistency, completeness and quality• Needs to be supported by training and accreditation
  12. 12. 12How is it collected? (cont’d)• Includes LRMS section
  13. 13. 13 Where to from here?• Other tables to be included in Phase 2• Web based document to make searching easy• U[grade to RAMM 2011• Training and certification as per NZTA
  14. 14. 14 Acknowledgements• OPUS assisted to develop ATDOM Version 1• BECA reviewed first draft• NZTA - Michaela McMinn for the their assistance in using some material from NZTA.
  15. 15. 15 More Information …….. Ranjith de
  16. 16. Thank you.