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Work category 214 provides for the replacement of, or restoration of strength to, sealed pavements where other forms of maintenance and renewal are no longer economic.

Qualifying activities


  • Examples of qualifying activities

    Examples of qualifying activities include, but may not be limited to:

    • granular overlays
    • rip and relay
    • pavement stabilisation
    • asphaltic overlays or grader-laid asphaltic material
    • pavement replacement (including the use of recycled materials)
    • structural asphaltic concrete rehabilitation.

    You can discuss with the Transport Agency whether other potential activities not listed above might also be eligible for inclusion in this work category.

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Conditions for inclusion

To qualify for inclusion in this work category, the work must be the long-term least-cost option for the approved organisation and the Transport Agency (state highways), calculated in terms of present value (PV).

Approved organisations and the Transport Agency (state highways) must undertake benefit and cost appraisals of individual projects and make copies of the evaluations available as requested by the Transport Agency. A simplified procedure is provided for pavement rehabilitation in the Economic evaluation manual – see SP1.

Funding assistance rate

The usual funding assistance rate is:

Applying for funding approval

Applications for funding approval should be made through the maintenance module in Transport Investment Online(external link).

Further reading

For more detailed information about over-width carriageways, see: