Corridor Access Request
The road corridor is any urban street or rural road, from boundary to boundary, encompassing the road, footpath formation and the berm. A Corridor Access Request (formerly known as a Road Opening Notice) is needed to carry out work within the road corridor as required under the Utilities Act 2010.
Which activities need a permit?
- Any activity including excavating, drilling, and resurfacing that affects the surface of any part of the road corridor
- The placement of any pipe, duct, pole, cabinet or other structure within the road reserve
- Drainage work including stormwater, water or wastewater pipes
- Services including gas, power, cables, trenches, cabinets, and poles
When does a CAR need to be submitted?
What does the CAR process involve?
Temporary Traffic Management Plan
How to Apply for a Corridor Access Request
Page reviewed: 28 Jun 2019 3:35pm