All metal ROWs in A, B and C will be graded at least once a year.
Culverts will be checked once every month from May to August and every three months outside this period and cleared as required.
Slips on to the road will be removed as soon as possible using a local contractor.
As funds permit the ROW roads within Kinnoull subdivision will be sealed starting with the steeper sections.
Owners within Kinnoull will have the right to seal sections of the ROW to prevent dust but this will be at their own discretion and cost.
Plastic Slim-Pro edge markets are placed on the outbends for increased safety and visibility at night and in bad weather conditions and will be maintained as necessary.
Many of the roads at Kinnoull have a ½ metre high bunds on the outside edge as a safety measure. Also where there is a bund the road is formed sloping towards the inside bank so that the water is controlled and also as an added safety measure. These bunds will be maintained as necessary.
Gorse or other vegetation encroaching on the road will be sprayed annually if necessary.
Any work on the roads will be recorded in a Road Maintenance Register, which will be open for inspection by KERA members and Wellington City Council.
This is a steel reinforced concrete bridge and the maintenance required on this structure is minimal.
The Secretary of KERA or their representative will carry out an annual inspection of the bridge structure on the 31st of March each year.
The inspection will include checking that:
Upon completion of inspection the following form will be completed and signed and filed in the Bridge Maintenance Register which will be open for inspection by KERA members, Wellington City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council.
If any concerns are noted for items a, b or c, a civil engineer will be immediately engaged and an engineer's report obtained and acted upon as soon as practical.
|Any cracking in concrete abutments?|
|Any slumping of gabion baskets?|
|Any undermining through scouring?|
|Seal on bridge decking serviceable?|
|Bridge rails serviceable|
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