6. Maintaining and updating the ATAP Guidelines

The ATAP Guidelines incorporate a philosophy of learning from practical application. This philosophy recognises that the Guidelines need to be reviewed regularly to maintain best practice, remain relevant to contemporary government and community objectives, and continue to be of practical value to users.

It also means that the Guidelines should be seen as a document that is subject to a regular review, testing and updating cycle. It is expected that the Guidelines will continue be reviewed and updated in future on an ongoing basis. This is expected to continue to occur under the auspices of the Transport and Infrastructure Council in partnership with stakeholders. An ATAP Working Group has been established to facilitate this process.