Route Planner (Step 3)

Route Planner (Step 3)

Watch the Route Planner video


  1. Select Step 3 Route Planner.
  2. Decide if your route needs a Single Route or Area application.   


 

Single Route 

Select Single Route if your route is: 

  • A single course between two points; and 
  • The course may or may not include several drop off/way points. 

    See Single Route Application

Area

Select Area if your route is: 

  • A system of roads incorporated within one Road Manager boundary; or 
  • A number of roads (continuous or off an approved network) within a single Road Manager boundary but may end in another Road Manager boundary; or 
  • A number of roads not off an approved network but continuous within a single Road Manager boundary.

See Area Application


Click to view examples of Single Route and Area Applications

Example 1 - Single Route

Point to point route. A single route is one application with one fee, even if the route is across multiple road managers boundaries. Note - If you are travelling to or from a network associated with a Notice you will need to apply for a system of roads for each road manager. 

Example 2 – Area

A number of roads off an approved network and within a single Road Manager boundary.

Example 3 – Area

A number of roads not off an approved network but continuous within a single Road Manager boundary.

Example 4 – Area

A number of roads (continuous or off an approved network) that start within a single Road Manager boundary but may end in another Road Manager boundary. Here, the black route will be included under a single area permit (Note: the system will limit the number of road segments to 40).

Example 5 – Area

A number of roads off an approved network and not within a single Road Manager boundary. The additional set of roads in this permit application will result in two permit applications being created (5a and 5b), with fees applying for each. 


For more information, view the Single Route and Area – Information Sheet