ONRC in RAMM

The One Network Road Classification (ONRC) is a classification system, which divides New Zealand’s roads into six categories based on how busy they are, whether they connect to important destinations, or are the only route available.

The ONRC is the primary tool developed through REG to enable operational and culture change in road activity management. It facilitates a customer-focused, business case approach to budget bids for the National Land Transport Programme.

Follow this link to the NZTA web site to find out more about ONRC.

ONRC in RAMM

ONRC in RAMM

See how to find ONRC in RAMM and view the data on the Map. View High Category roads only and see what the other colours mean.

Use ONRC in RAMM to maintain your ONRC data, override and reset ONRC Categories. Add or remove criteria that affect the characteristics of a road.

For a full introduction, watch ONRC in RAMM.

ONRC Administration

ONRC Administration

With the correct permissions, use ONRC Administration, mostly, to convert the latest AADT and Heavy data into new ONRC data.

There are also options to reset the data, import and export ONRC data.

To learn more, watch ONRC Administration.