Roadside Management Plan

A Roadside Management Plan is a document prepared by a road authority outlining the ways in which they intend to manage that part of the road reserve between the outer edge of the road carriageway and the road reserve boundary. The plans are usually road specific and commonly include a comprehensive inventory of existing roadside vegetation.

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External Links & References

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  2. Code of Practice for Management of Road and Utility Infrastructure in Road Reserves, Road Management Act 2004
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