Strategic Network Planning
The overall objective of Roads and Maritime Services strategic network planning is to identify road network enhancements that support existing and proposed land use in line with Government strategic plans.
Roads and Maritime's network planning processes are focused on strategic long-term issues by leading the development of integrated policies and strategies to achieve a safer, more reliable, efficient and sustainable road system.
Strategic network planning ensures that Roads and Maritime makes informed decisions about integrated road infrastructure management by managing a network and corridor planning process across the organisation.
Land use planning and development assessment
The documents included are provided as a guide to private developers who are required, as a condition of development consent, to undertake road works or other works for which Roads and Maritime has statutory authority.
Notes for private developers
Checklist for private developers
Private developer project management procedures
Network and Corridor Planning
Integrated network and corridor planning processes contribute greatly to Roads and Maritime's vision of; “A safe, sustainable and efficient road transport system”. This document outlines a process that will improve Roads and Maritime's capacity to manage and enhance the road network to meet community needs.
Transport for NSW Metropolitan Road Freight Hierarchy on the State Road Network Practice Note
Albury to Cowra Corridor Strategy
Mona Vale to Macquarie Park Corridor Strategy
Picton Road Corridor Strategy
Queanbeyan to Batemans Bay Corridor Strategy
Ballina to Tenterfield Corridor Strategy
South Eastern NSW Road Freight Study 2010
Roads and Maritime Services strategy for major heavy vehicle rest areas on key rural freight routes in NSW
Other related information and publications
This includes road occupancy licenses, transport and traffic policies and guidelines, traffic control at worksites and Roads and Maritime urban design policy, procedures and design principles.