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1 Road to 2020 Steve Troughton MANAGING DIRECTOR

2 Contents Who we are Challenges and Opportunities Strategic response Future investment Projects Change initiatives

3 Portfolio & Main Roads Minister for Transport, Finance Dean Nalder MLA Director General Transport Commissioner of Main Roads Reece Waldock Deputy Director General Policy Planning and Investment Managing Director Transport Services Managing Director Public Transport Authority Managing Director Main Roads Dept. of Transport

4 Who we are Largest geographically spread road agency in the world 88 years of serving the people of WA Assets valued at $41 billion – 30% of the State’s asset base Budget of around $2 billion pa Around employees Maintaining a strong regionally based presence

5 Challenges – Population Source: ABS Dec 2013 released 19/6/14

6 Challenges - Congestion Source: Austroads NPI website Seconds/km

7 Congestion Source: 2013 TomTom Aust and NZ Congestion Index

8 Impact on business Source: RAC Business Wise – CCI Congestion Survey 2013

9 Challenges - Road safety

10 Our strategic response Vision Smart Roads, Safe Journeys Purpose Moving people and freight safely, reliably and efficiently on WA roads

11 Key Areas of Focus Creating Value Travel wellbeing Making technology work for the community Ensuring future capability Building strategic relationships

12 2020 Achievements Revised Main Roads Act ready for Cabinet Trial to deploy route planning completed ITS Master Plan out for public comment Traffic Congestion Management Plan Funded R&D Program in place ICT Strategy finalised Road Safety Governance and Assurance Framework

13 Investment snapshot Delivering $8.2 billion in services to 2018 – $761 million to local government roads – $3.4 billion in capital works (exc Perth Freight Link) – $3.3 billion in the Maintenance Program Road Safety – Metro intersections $20m – Electronic School Zones $12m – Safer Roads $35m pa – Black Spot Programs $26m

14 Current projects Gateway WA NorthLinkWA GEH – Bulla Bulling Section GNH – Muchea to Wubin NWCH – Minalya to Barradale Kwinana Fwy - Roe to Armadale Perth Freight Link

15 Route Planning New approach for asset management Corridor includes: – Routes – Connectors – Spurs Amalgamates range of existing elements

16 Regional operations Review of our regional operations using a two phase approach Is the existing model right – Alignment of service delivery and network management – Sustainability of regional model – Value for money Strategic Review of ISAs: – Is it achieving our objectives – Does it provide value for money

17 Congestion - response Emergency lane running Trial merging changes Managed freeways Better signal coordination Congested corridor plans – Improved flow – TransPriority Keep Perth Moving “Crowd sourcing” GPS data

18 Congestion - already done Incident response service Northbridge tunnel to 3 lanes Mitchell Freeway GEH widening Kwinana Freeway Traveller information Foundation ITS

19 Future plans Integrated Transport model Working with Transport on – Moving People Plan – Freight Network Plan Working on 20/40 Year Strategic Network Plan Existing river crossings constrain mobility

20 Questions, Comments?


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