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IDS Strategic Review - Road Infrastructure Management Support (RIMS)

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During 2016 IDS, working with consortium partners undertook a series of analysis projects across New Zealand road networks
• 2015 Auckland Transport Strategic Maintenance Investment Model, January 2016
• 2016 NZ Transportation Agency Strategic Maintenance Investment Model, July 2016
• dTIMS Modelling of the RATA Regional Road Network (Waikato Region), August 2016

These models and analysis provided a range of outputs and included the transition to ONRC Performance Measures

RIMS Conference, Auckland, March 2017

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IDS Strategic Review - Road Infrastructure Management Support (RIMS)

  1. 1. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM IDS Strategic Review March 2017 David Fraser, Ross Waugh
  2. 2. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Why this Review: • IDS has world class tool set in the dTIMS model, are we getting most out of it? • Are we incorporating relevant strategic information? • Are we giving our decision makers the right information in the right form?
  3. 3. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Objectives: • How are modelling results contributing to strategic investment planning? • Tools to assist asset owners in understanding modelling results • Pre-modelling questions to asset owner to assist the modelling project
  4. 4. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Methodology: PHASE ONE • Review of RATA, NZTA and AT reports • Analysis of report strengths and weaknesses • Interviews with asset owners • Who is the audience? • Conclusions PHASE TWO • Develop pre-analysis questions • Asset owner tools – use of modelling results
  5. 5. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Current Status assessment 30% 50% 20% $4B NZ INVESTMENT PER ANNUM ENGAGED COMPLIANCE WORST FIRST IDS ASSESSED MODELLING STATUS MODELLING ACTIONS MODELLING FREQUENCY DATA - Care about results - Acting on results - Regular modelling - Minimum to achieve compliance - Less regular modelling - No modelling Probably not too good Ok, improving data, evidence base Data but not tested RATA 50% 50%
  6. 6. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Strategic and Operational Constraints HOW TO INCORPORATE STRATEGIC & OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINT INFO INTO MODEL STRATEGIC TACTICAL MODELLING dTIMS OPERATIONS - Building - Lock in Testing Assumptions
  7. 7. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Current IDS Report Observations • Reports have strong analysis and scenario development • Lack of robust data/trends remains an issue • Reports aimed at Transport Manager • Risks in how results are presented • More work required in result presentation to multiple audiences • Need to present the ‘right debate’
  8. 8. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Who is the Audience for the Modelling Report? A+E 1 Governance / Executive Team E 2 Regional Land Transport / Regional Forums E 3 NZTA / P&I / OAG (possibly NIU/NIB) ALL 4 *Transport Manager E 5 Regional/Other Transport Managers (comparative) ALL 6 *Transportation Technical Team ALL 7 *Modellers E 8 Contractors
  9. 9. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Progress to date: • IDS - RATA, AT, NZTA reports have been reviewed • Debate and thinking from this review • Multiple audience analysis • Interviews yet to be done • Conclusions will be made after interviews
  10. 10. ROADINFRASTRUCTUREMANAGEMENTFORUM Next Steps: • Complete Phase One Report, April 2017 • Phase Two develop and actions: 1. Update report format for identified audiences 2. Develop pre-modelling engagement questionnaires 3. Develop tools to assist understanding of modelling results

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