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Victorian Auditor-General's report on maintaining Council local roads

by Australian Road Research Board on March 22, 2021

Councils cannot determine whether they are getting value for money in maintaining their local roads.

That’s among the findings of a new Victorian Auditor-General's report.

Key recommendations made to all Victorian councils in the report include improving the information used for road maintenance planning, and collecting and reporting accurate performance data.

ARRB assisted with the investigation. Its Best Practice Guides for sealed and unsealed roads were important resources in putting the final report together.

ARRB has the expertise and state-of-the-art tools to assist Victorian local government authorities with their maintenance planning, data collection and asset management of their roads.

Read the full Victorian Auditor-General’s report here.

Then contact ARRB at info@arrb.com.au to see how ARRB can help your Council better maintain its local road network.

Topics: ARRB News, Asset Management, VIC, Unsealed Roads, Road Infrastructure, Road and Transport Research, Bitumen, Asphalt, Local Government