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Roading Infrastructure Management Support Group (RIMS) is New Zealand’s authoritative voice on road asset and information management. We provide leadership, strategic advice and promotion of best practice to ensure consistency and efficiency across New Zealand roads.

About RIMS

Since 2005 RIMS has worked closely with all road controlling authorities (RCA's) and is endorsed by key industry stakeholders, including Waka Kotahi and the RCA Forum. We have transformed and re-educated the industry in New Zealand with the introduction of deterioration modelling tools, now widely used and seen as the industry standard.

We actively support the industry by providing best practice guidance covering all areas of road asset and information management. This ‘body of knowledge’ is developed in conjunction with the Road Controlling Authorities Forum, and is widely used within the industry.

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RIMS Forum 2021


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RIMS Forum 2021

Due to COVID-19 The RIMS Forum has been rescheduled to 9 - 10 March 2021 in Napier.  Click here for more information.

RIMS Library

To view presentations from past RIMS Fora, please click here

RIMS Body of Knowledge

RIMS Body of Knowledge
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Articles

Six South Australian councils have agreed to take part in a ground-breaking trial using crumb rubber derived from end of life truck tyres.

The agreement is between Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA), Topcoat Asphalt Contractors Pty. Ltd. (Topcoat Asphalt) and the cities of Mitcham, Port Adelaide Enfield, Campbelltown, West Torrens, Onkaparinga and Salisbury.

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The SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is providing technical advice and is interested in the trial results. TSA has provided funding for the project which will see a special gap graded asphalt modified with crumb rubber replacing regular asphalt on a number of roads.

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