Technical Documents

  • Rumble Strip Resources:  The NZRF has assembled information about rumble strips in one place and provided links to various research reports, Specifications and Guides…view

  • NZRF Materials Guide: The NZ Roadmarkers Federation has collated this materials guide. It brings together technical information about the range of marking materials, and associated products that are used by the pavement marking industry…view

  • Line Removal Guideview

  • Raised Pavement Markers Removal Guideview

  • Accessible Parking Guide: This Guide has been developed in consultation with CCS Disability Action, it sets out the requirements of the Traffic Control Devices Rule, Building Code,  NZS 4121 and AS 2890…view

  • NZRF QAP:002: NZTA documents used by RCA’s to manage roadmarking contracts require evidence of compliance with an approved quality system for roadmarking works. An approved quality system is defined as compliance with ISO 9001 including the technical requirements of NZRF QAP:002 view

  • NZRF Contract Development Checklist: This document describes the items relating to roadmarking that should be addressed during the preparation of Method Based Pavement Marking Contract Documents…view

  • NZRF CPP Tender Evaluation Checklist: The purpose of this checklist is to provide a basis for assessment during tender evaluation, being conducted by Tender Evaluation Teams, on tenders for the supply of pavement marking services…view

  • NZRF Contract Management Site Review Checklist: The purpose of this checklist is to provide a basis for assessment during site reviews. The Site Supervision Checklist includes a number of industry calculations relating to the application rates of various materials, and applicator capability. To assist contract supervisors we have included two versions of the Checklist.

    The first is a reference set, which includes worked examples of industry calculations. This also provides links to excel spreadsheet calculations models, which can be downloaded and used by supervising engineers.

    The second is a ‘clean’ set for recording observations, when conducting supervision.

  • Specification Review Schedules can be used to develop a document which demonstrates how a contractor plans to satisfy the requirements of the contracted work.
    – Specification Review Schedules 2008 …view
    – Sample Spec Review Schedule April 2008 …view

  • Traffic Hazard Management: Section 9 of the NZRF Health Safety and Environment Guide has been revised to recognise that generic roadmarking traffic management diagram’s are available in NZTA CoPTTM.