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HPV Route Assessment The South Australian Experience. John Olson Managing Director HDS Australia Pty Ltd. Outline. DTEI Route Assessment Guidelines Role of the Authorised Route Assessor Issues. Role of the Authorised Route Assessor. Engaged by Applicant (not DTEI/Council)

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Hpv route assessment the south australian experience

HPV Route AssessmentThe South Australian Experience

John OlsonManaging DirectorHDS Australia Pty Ltd


Outline
Outline

  • DTEI Route Assessment Guidelines

  • Role of the Authorised Route Assessor

  • Issues


Role of the authorised route assessor
Role of the Authorised Route Assessor

  • Engaged by Applicant (not DTEI/Council)

  • Obtain statistical data and records relevant to the assessment from DTEI, incl:

    • previous assessments

    • traffic counts

    • crash history

    • road drawings

  • Conduct the route assessment, determining impact of the RAV operating along a proposed route in terms of:

    • effect on amenity, environment and impact on local communities

    • ability of proposed RAV to be physically and safely accommodated along route

    • Identify/assess risks using risk assessment model, then categorise as P1 (very high risk), P2 (high risk), P3 (moderate risk) and P4 (low risk)

  • Prepare Route Assessment Report and Recommendations,including management of risks (accept, treat, transfer, avoid)

  • Submit report to Applicant


Technical and physical criteria assessment
Technical and Physical Criteria Assessment

  • Connections with existing Gazette Route

  • Traffic volumes

  • Road width

  • Township roads

  • Overtaking provision

  • Overtaking sight distance

  • Low speed off tracking and intersection design

  • Pavements and road surfaces

  • Bridges and structures

  • Railway level crossings

  • Height clearance

  • Crash statistics, highlighting “hot spots”

  • Traffic counts

  • Speed environment

  • Adjacent land use / planning zones

  • Other vehicle types


Issues
Issues

  • Applicant costs – “user pays” principle:

    • Initial application to DTEI

    • Authorised Route Assessor fee

    • Route upgrade requirements !!

      (may be shared with DTEI / Council)

  • First user disadvantaged

  • PBS requirements too severe – risk assessment and management process (e.g. for low volume routes)

  • Lack of appropriate tools (e.g. turning path software) to test routes for PBS vehicles, particularly L2, L3 and L4

  • Operators running RAV’s illegally

  • Old gazetted routes not suitable for newer heavy vehicles

  • PBS take up in SA is low – only two types, including Heavy Mineral Concentrate (HMC) Triple Road Train (L3) in use throughCeduna to Thevenard Port Facility by Iluka Resources.


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HPV Route AssessmentThe South Australian Experience

Thank You

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