Road Structures Condition Inspection

A Road Structures Condition Inspection is defined in the VicRoads Road Structures Inspection Manual as an inspection designed to:

  • Assess and rate the condition of a structure and adjacent roadway (as a basis for identifying current maintenance needs, assessing the effectiveness of past maintenance treatments, modeling and forecasting future changes in condition and estimating future budget requirements);
  • Report any significant damage or defects that might require urgent repair or replacement.

The VicRoads Road Structures Inspection Manual recommends that road structures should be the subject of a Road Structures Condition Inspection within 12 months of opening and every two to five years thereafter.

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