Blue Mountains News
Road Condition Inspection Set to Get Underway
The project, expected to take three weeks, includes detailed video imaging and will enable better management of Council’s road assets.
Vehicles will travel around the local road network including residential areas and will be clearly identifiable, with hazard lighting and other warning devices.
All cameras will be focused on the road and kerb surface, with some limited viewing of areas directly adjacent. No image recordings of commercial or residential properties or structures will be taken.
The information gained from this exercise will enable better management of this important community asset, enabling more effective maintenance and renewal strategies.
This article archived 13 Jan 2018
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