Roadside Slashing

Roadside Slashing is a maintenance activity utilising a tractor and slasher to slash grass within the road reserve to improve visibility of wildlife, guide posts and other vehicles using the road.

At BRC roadside slashing is carried out by a combination of Council staff and contractors.
There is currently no formal assessment criteria for deciding if a road needs to be slashed, the decision is made on a "gut feel" basis by the inspector.

External Links & References

  1. LGAM Knowledge Base
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