The Council has a wide range of roading documents and information that are available online.
The following are some local roading strategies:
- Timaru District Council Transportation Vision 2006 (pdf, 2.4 MB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Timaru Transportation Strategy Summary (pdf, 1.9 MB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Timaru District Active Transport Strategy July 2011 (pdf, 8.1 MB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Land Transport Unit Maintenance Strategy 2013 (pdf, 247.4 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- TDC Land Transport Lifecycle Management Strategy October 2008 (pdf, 576.0 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Timaru Metro Strategy 2010 - 2020
The Timaru Metro Strategy sets out a range of targets to improve local public transport over 10 years. This has been developed in conjunction with Environment Canterbury to provide a clear direction for the future of public transport.
The following are some local roading plans:
- Activity Management Plan 2012-2022 Summary (pdf, 359.1 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- TDC Land Transport Lifecycle Management Plan October 2008 (pdf, 1.7 MB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Timaru Pedestrian Wayfinding Plan 2007 (pdf, 647.8 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
The Activity Management Plan (AMP) sets out a 10-year programme for the management of Roading assets and activities. The plans are developed to ensure that the assets and activities are managed in an affordable, efficient, sustainable, and effective manner to minimise the financial impact on Timaru District's community.
Bylaws are local legislation enforceable by the Council staff, and other nominated agencies. In 2013, the Council's Bylaws were reviewed and the following sections of the Consolidated Bylaw relevant to Roading:
- Chapter 10 - Traffic (pdf, 57.9 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Chapter 11 - Traffic Speed Limits (pdf, 817.1 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Chapter 13 - Parking (pdf, 58.9 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
- Chapter 2 - Public Places (pdf, 149.6 KB updated 07-Nov-2016)
Council adheres to a number of policies to ensure a consist framework and principals are provided for all interested parties.