Road Hierarchy

Gisborne road classification according to their function as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management PlanThe four classifications of the roads within the roading hierarchy shall be: a) Arterial Roads: These are roads which: • Serve as direct links of strategic importance within the district and to the rest of New Zealand. • Are a significant element in the district economy • Have access standards for permitted activities determined on the basis of strategic function and traffic volumes b) Principal Roads: These are roads which: • Serve as links of strategic importance within the district • Are a significant element in the local economy • Often serve as local roads c) Collector Roads: These are roads which: • Are locally preferred routes between or within areas of population or activity • Complement arterials and principals but have property access as a higher priority • Have standards suitable to the safety requirements of the traffic volume on each section d) Local Roads: These are other roads servicing land use activities with standards appropriate for the traffic use

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Theme ["geospatial"]
Author Gisborne District Council
Maintainer Orlo Dennison
Maintainer Email Orlo Dennison
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Created 2017-07-05T05:04:18.000Z
Date modified 2019-05-02T23:13:50.000Z
Language English
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Record created May 3, 2019, Last Updated May 3, 2019