Auckland Transport’s Asset Management Plans (AMPs) provide the framework for managing the asset portfolio in the most cost-effective and sustainable manner to meet the levels of service required from the network.
The benefits of AMPs include:
- Good governance and asset stewardship.
- Good knowledge of customer and stakeholder requirements.
- Legislative compliance.
- Good asset knowledge including the condition and performance required to deliver services.
- Good knowledge of the risks.
- Good knowledge of what is required to deliver services in a sustainable manner.
- The application of asset management principles encourages a holistic, integrated approach to guide where and how finances and resources are allocated.
In order to achieve these objectives, the AMPs provide information on a number of key aspects of the network including:
- Levels of service being provided by transport services and assets.
- Growth and demand.
- Transport asset risks and mitigation methods.
- Life cycle management strategies of assets.
- Long-term financial needs required to provide the agreed levels of service.
- Sustainability and value management.
- Asset management improvements.
The first ever regional asset management plans of Auckland Transport have been completed in July 2012 covering the planning period of 2012-15.
These AMPs consist of 4 key documents:
Describes, at a strategic level, the purpose of asset management planning and establishes the relationship of asset management planning with other planning functions of Auckland Transport and Auckland Council:
Provides key messages and highlights significant issues from the AMPs:
Asset Management Plan – Road Network
This is the detailed plan developed for the road network in accordance with the industry best practice:
- View the Asset Management Plan - Road Network e-book
- View the Asset Management Plan - Road Network(PDF 12MB)
Asset Management Plan – Public Transport Network
This is the detailed plan developed for the public transport network in accordance with the industry best practice: