Roads Asset Management Plan

Roads are important for our communities. They support easy movement of people whether by bicycle or motorised vehicles and the transport of goods using commercial vehicles. Roads and car parks provide access to schools, shopping centres, work, home and recreational areas. They ultimately connect people to places.

The City of Charles Sturt has approximately 1400 kilometres of roads with a total asset value of $647.3 million.

Council regularly audits the condition of its roads. Overall, the road asset network is currently in a satisfactory condition. We will continue to provide this service level to the community.

What does Council spend on Road Assets?

On average the City of Charles Sturt spends $11.5 million per annum on its road assets with funding allocated for the next 15 years through the long term financial plan.

What is the Draft Roads Asset Management Plan?

The Draft Roads Asset Management Plan is a technical document that sets out the requirements for Council to best manage our road assets to a standard of service as well as to ensure it meets the current and future needs of the community.

The road infrastructure assets covered by this AMP are:

  • Road Pavements
  • Road Seal
  • Kerb and Gutter
  • Road Safety Devices
  • Car parks

What the community told us through the 2018 Community Survey

Our 2018 City of Charles Sturt Community survey shows that 66% of our residents are satisfied with our current service level. We work hard to maintain this high level of service satisfaction.

For more information:

Consultation has concluded and the Plan endorsed by Council.

Roads are important for our communities. They support easy movement of people whether by bicycle or motorised vehicles and the transport of goods using commercial vehicles. Roads and car parks provide access to schools, shopping centres, work, home and recreational areas. They ultimately connect people to places.

The City of Charles Sturt has approximately 1400 kilometres of roads with a total asset value of $647.3 million.

Council regularly audits the condition of its roads. Overall, the road asset network is currently in a satisfactory condition. We will continue to provide this service level to the community.

What does Council spend on Road Assets?

On average the City of Charles Sturt spends $11.5 million per annum on its road assets with funding allocated for the next 15 years through the long term financial plan.

What is the Draft Roads Asset Management Plan?

The Draft Roads Asset Management Plan is a technical document that sets out the requirements for Council to best manage our road assets to a standard of service as well as to ensure it meets the current and future needs of the community.

The road infrastructure assets covered by this AMP are:

  • Road Pavements
  • Road Seal
  • Kerb and Gutter
  • Road Safety Devices
  • Car parks

What the community told us through the 2018 Community Survey

Our 2018 City of Charles Sturt Community survey shows that 66% of our residents are satisfied with our current service level. We work hard to maintain this high level of service satisfaction.

For more information:

Consultation has concluded and the Plan endorsed by Council.

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  • While I can appreciate that the work needs to be done on Marlborough Street Fulham Gardens, is there a reason as to why there is on many occasions NO FOOTPATHS on either side of the road at the same time which creates issues for local pedestrians who need to use the footpath. I was told by a worker this morning to use an alternative route. I live on Marlborough Street and needed to get to the bus stop. What alternate route should I use may I ask???

    Dill asked 11 months ago

    Hello Dill, thank you for your comments. 

    We apologise for the issues that have been caused while undertaking these footpath works, specifically the inability to use the footpath to get to your closest bus stop. 

    The project manager has advised that the northern footpath has been left open with all path works currently occurring on the southern side. Unfortunately our contractor had some issues with their appointed concreter which resulted in them engaging an alternate sub-contractor to complete the footpath. 

    We are working as quickly as possible to open up all paths. Thank you again for your patience while we complete these works.

  • Why didn’t I get this before the 25th July which was after the date of the information session

    Matthew asked 11 months ago

    Hello Matthew, Thank you for your comment. 

    We apologise for sending the newsletter after the Community Session, it was an error on our part. We are happy to meet with you should you need to discuss the Draft Roads Asset Management Plan or any concerns you have about your local streets. The online survey is also still open until Monday 6 August and we encourage you to provide any feedback you may have about the local Charles Sturt roads.