DRAFT Civil and Transport Infrastructure Asset Management Plan

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The Rural City of Murray Bridge (RCMB) delivers a variety of services to the community and in doing so, must ensure that the assets supporting these services are managed in a way that guarantees maximum performance for the lowest ‘whole of life’ cost.

The Rural City of Murray Bridge manages a considerable network of Infrastructure. The Civil and Transport Infrastructure Asset Management Plan specifically relates to the management of Council assets located within public road reserves, which are provided to enable safe and efficient movement through the region.
Responsibly funding for the renewal of Council assets over the long term is a key factor in sustainable and equitable asset management.

The focus of this plan is to model, forecast and document the physical and financial performance of Council’s Civil and Transport assets and provide a robust management framework that feeds into Council’s Long Term Financial Plan.

It is the intent of Council to manage its Civil and Transport Infrastructure network at an agreed level of service while optimising life cycle costs in order to normalise its infrastructure spend over consecutive budgets.

Please read the DRAFT Civil and Transport Infrastructure Asset Management Plan and provide feedback via the link below before 5pm Monday 11 November 2019.

For more information contact Kelley Jaensch on 8539 1100 or k.jaensch@murraybridge.sa.gov.au

The Rural City of Murray Bridge (RCMB) delivers a variety of services to the community and in doing so, must ensure that the assets supporting these services are managed in a way that guarantees maximum performance for the lowest ‘whole of life’ cost.

The Rural City of Murray Bridge manages a considerable network of Infrastructure. The Civil and Transport Infrastructure Asset Management Plan specifically relates to the management of Council assets located within public road reserves, which are provided to enable safe and efficient movement through the region.
Responsibly funding for the renewal of Council assets over the long term is a key factor in sustainable and equitable asset management.

The focus of this plan is to model, forecast and document the physical and financial performance of Council’s Civil and Transport assets and provide a robust management framework that feeds into Council’s Long Term Financial Plan.

It is the intent of Council to manage its Civil and Transport Infrastructure network at an agreed level of service while optimising life cycle costs in order to normalise its infrastructure spend over consecutive budgets.

Please read the DRAFT Civil and Transport Infrastructure Asset Management Plan and provide feedback via the link below before 5pm Monday 11 November 2019.

For more information contact Kelley Jaensch on 8539 1100 or k.jaensch@murraybridge.sa.gov.au

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