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How to do it

Use a straight edge

Asphalt road extends from the viewer's feet almost to the horizon. A straight rod has been laid across the road to show the depth of the ruts in the road.
Demonstrates extent of damage into distance and good use of straight edge.
Asphalt road extends from the viewer's feet directly to the horizon. The asphalt marked with spray paint.
Marking out shows damage clearly and planned works.
Dirt road extends from the viewer's feet directly to the horizon. The road edges are cracked and broken.
Shows damage clearly and extends into distance.
Close-up of asphalt road. A straight rod has been put down to show the depth of the ruts in the road.
Use of straight edge to show damage close up.

Showing scope

Asphalt road extends from the viewer's feet directly to the horizon. The asphalt is cracked and rutted.
Clearly shows damage and that it extends into distance.
Dirt road extends from the viewer's feet directly to the horizon. The road surface is deeply rutted.
Shows consistent damage into distance.

More information

Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements - Australian Government

Local Government Disaster Recovery Assistance Guidelines (PDF 1.4MB)

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05 Jul 2018
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