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									        SPECIFICATION 202 – MINOR WORKS




                                                                          TRAFFIC
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                                                    CONTENTS

Clause                                                                                                     Page No


GENERAL ...................................................................................................................... 3
  202.01 SCOPE    3
  202.02 DEFINITIONS                      3
PLANNING ..................................................................................................................... 3
  202.03 LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS 3
  202.04 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN 4
IMPLEMENTATION ....................................................................................................... 4
  202.05      STRUCTURE AND RESPONSIBILITY                                4
  202.06      COMMUNICATION      5
  202.07      DOCUMENT AND DATA CONTROL                                   5
  202.08      SIDETRACKS AND DETOURS 5
  202.09      TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES 6
MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION ............................................................................. 6
  202.10 MONITORING & MEASUREMENT       7
  202.11 INCIDENT INVESTIGATION, CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTATIVE
  ACTION 7
  202.12 RECORDS AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT       7
  202.13 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AUDITS      7
CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................... 7
  PRINCIPAL IDENTIFIED HAZARDS                                  8
ANNEXURE 202A .......................................................................................................... 9
  REQUIREMENTS FOR SIDETRACKS AND DETOURS 9
ANNEXURE 202B ........................................................................................................ 11
  TRAFFIC INCIDENT REPORTING FORM                                         11




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                       SPECIFICATION 202 – MINOR WORKS

                                            TRAFFIC


                                GENERAL

202.01       SCOPE

1.          The Contractor shall establish, implement and manage a
Contract specific Traffic Management Plan (TMP) complying with the
Contract, the Main Roads’ Code of Practice Traffic Management for
Works on Roads, Australian Standard AS 1742.3, the Occupational
Safety and Health Act 1984 and the Occupational Safety and Health
Regulations 1996.


202.02       DEFINITIONS

             The following particular definitions will apply:

1.           A Traffic Management Plan (TMP) shall be the document           Traffic
produced for a specific worksite or activity. The TMP shall detail the       Managemen
specific traffic management requirements, including the traffic control      t Plan
diagram and detailed process and procedural requirements. The Traffic
Management Plan shall address all hazards including Principal Identified
Hazards. Each TMP shall be prepared and endorsed in accordance with
the Contract and the Code of Practice.

2.           Incidents: Any unplanned event resulting in, or having the      Incidents
potential for injury, ill health, damage or other loss.

3.         Code of Practice – Traffic Management for Works on Road           Code of
Code of Practice                                                             Practice


                                PLANNING

202.03       LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS

1.           Application of the Contract requirements, Standards and
Codes of Practice in no way relieves the Contractor from undertaking
any activity, function, process or procedure necessary to meet its duty of
care obligations as prescribed in the OSH Act 1984 or other relevant
legislation or standards.

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202.04       TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN

1.          The Traffic Management Plan shall address all the work         TP
under the Contract and shall detail all procedures, processes, work
practices and information required by the Contract.

2.         The Traffic Management Plan shall be consistent with all
requirements of the Contractor’s OSH Plan, and suit the Contractor’s
method of operation.

3.             Prior to the commencement of works on Site the Contractor   HOLD
shall certify to the Superintendent that the Traffic Management Plan       POINT
conforms to the requirements of the Contract.

4.          Where any of the following events occur the Contractor shall   Mandatory
review its approved Traffic Management Plan or process and submit          Changes
suitable amendments to the Superintendent for approval within 1 week,
or other time-frame directed by the Superintendent, whichever is the
lesser:

             (a) a non-conformance;

             (b) the Contractor’s practice no longer reflecting the
                 approved Traffic Management Plan; or

             (c) an incident occurring.

5.         Where the Contractor fails to submit suitable amendments to     Failure to
the Superintendent for approval within the specified timeframe the         Amend
Superintendent may direct the Contractor as to what amendments are         Traffic
necessary. Amendments directed by the Superintendent shall be              Managemen
implemented forthwith at the Contractor’s cost.                            t Plan

6.          The Contractor shall promptly provide the Superintendent
with a controlled copy of the approved Traffic Plan.

7.           The Contractor shall establish, implement and maintain        Traffic
detailed procedures in the Traffic Management Plan for all essential       Engineering
traffic engineering aspects as required by AS 1742.3 for the
development of TMPs.


                           IMPLEMENTATION

202.05       STRUCTURE AND RESPONSIBILITY

1.         The Contractor shall nominate a Traffic Management              TMR
Representative (TMR) for the duration of the Contract. The TMR shall
have accreditation in Advanced Worksite Traffic Management.

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2.          The Contractor shall be responsible for the management            Subcontract
and control of all traffic management issues on Site in accordance with       Works
the Contract including work under the Contract undertaken by
Subcontractors.

3.          Where a Subcontractor is engaged by the Contractor, or on         Relevant
the Contractor’s behalf to perform any work under the Contract, the           Information
Contractor shall provide the Subcontractor with all relevant Contract
information and the parts of the approved Traffic Management Plan that
are relevant to the work to be performed by the Subcontractor.




202.06       COMMUNICATION

1.         The Contractor shall develop and detail procedures that            Key
ensure relevant requirements of the TMP and proposed traffic controls         Stakeholder
are advised to all affected personnel including the public, property          s
owners and occupiers, businesses, local authorities, transport and
government agencies and emergency services.


202.07       DOCUMENT AND DATA CONTROL

1.           Copies of all traffic data, information and records generated
throughout the construction works shall be retained on site for the
duration of the Contract.


202.08       SIDETRACKS AND DETOURS

1.          Sidetracks and detours for the purpose of moving traffic          Annexure
through or around the Works shall be designed, constructed and                202C
maintained in both wet and dry conditions in accordance with
Annexure 202A.

2.          Temporary driving surfaces shall be maintained to a               Driving
standard that permits safe and comfortable travel of all road users at the    Surfaces
design speed of the sidetrack or detour. The Contractor shall ensure
that the design of temporary driving surfaces shall, as far as practicable,
address the environment and the road users.

3.          Temporary driving surfaces shall be sealed in accordance          Bituminous
with and at those locations nominated in Annexure 202A.                       Surfacing




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4.          Where bituminous surfacing has not been specified as the           Risk
temporary driving surface, the Contractor shall undertake and detail the       Assessment
hazard identification, risk assessment and controls for the alternative
surfacing, ensuring all environmental issues and vehicle types, including
motor cycles, caravans and out-of-dimension vehicles and cyclists have
been taken into account as part of the risk assessment.

5.          The Contractor shall take appropriate action to eliminate          Dust
dust raised from any temporary driving surface, when this dust                 Nuisance
constitutes an inconvenience or hazard to motorists or nearby
residences. The Contractor shall undertake the minimum maintenance
measures shown at Annexure 202A, inclusive of during stand-downs,
weekends and holiday periods.

6.        Sidetrack, detours and temporary surfaces through or                 Paths
around work sites for shared paths, cycleways and footpaths shall be
designed and constructed to ensure they meet the Standards detailed in
Austroads Guidelines.

7.          Prior to opening a sidetrack to any road user, the Contractor      HOLD
shall issue a Certificate of Compliance certifying to the Superintendent       POINT
that the sidetrack complies with all requirements of the Contract.


202.09       TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES

1.          Prior to implementing any proposed traffic control measures        HOLD
for the work under the Contract, particularly the installation of regulatory   POINT
control devices such temporary speed restrictions, the Contractor shall
submit the proposed TMP to the Superintendent for approval.

2.           All traffic control measures shall be in place and fully
operational before the Contractor commences the execution of any work
activity requiring traffic management.

3.          The Contractor shall supply erect and maintain all traffic
control devices in good condition in accordance with AS1742.3

4          The Contractor shall remove any traffic control devices that
are no longer required.

5.          The Contractor shall provide and station accredited Traffic
Controllers as required by AS1742.3 to ensure the safety of motorists
and workers. Traffic Controllers will be stationed to guide public
vehicles past hazards that cannot be suitably signed.


              MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION



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202.10       MONITORING & MEASUREMENT

1.          Traffic controls shall be inspected throughout the day and at       Workplace
night in accordance with the requirements of AS1742.3.                          Inspections


202.11       INCIDENT INVESTIGATION, CORRECTIVE AND
                PREVENTATIVE ACTION

1.          Incident Reports must be forwarded to the Superintendent            Incident
within 48 hours of the incident occurring or becoming apparent.                 Reporting
                                                                                Timeline

2.           Contractors shall use the Form outlined in Annexure 202B           Incident
for reporting traffic related incidents on works under the Contract. The        Report
Contractor may use a Contractors developed Incident Reporting Form              Form
ONLY when the Contractor can demonstrate that the proposed
alternative Form meets or exceeds the requirements of Annexure 202B
subject to the Superintendents Approval.

3.          The Superintendent may participate in or undertake an               Investigatio
investigation into the incident and the Contractor shall cooperate with         n
and provide assistance to the investigation organised or undertaken by
the Superintendent.


202.12       RECORDS AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

1.           A daily diary shall be kept for the site and details recorded in   Daily Diary
accordance with AS 1742.3 for each inspection of the traffic controls
and traffic guidance schemes in place throughout the Contract. The
record shall identify the approved Traffic Control Diagram (TCD) in
place at the time of the inspection and details of any variations to the
approved TCD.


202.13       TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AUDITS

1.          The Superintendent shall reserve the right to conduct               Second
second party audits on the Contractor and any of the Contractor’s sub-          Party Audits
contractors and suppliers.


          CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS




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Author’s Note:
Amend or add to the list of hazards as required by the nature of the Works.

PRINCIPAL IDENTIFIED HAZARDS

The Project Manager shall assess the risks and determine suitable control measures utilizing
the hierarchy of control for at least the following hazards and incorporate the assessment into
the Contract Specific Requirements Section of the Contract.

Delete this note prior to printing.


  CONTRACT MANDATORY

                (a) Traffic speed.

                (b) Over-dimension vehicles.

                (c) Access for cyclists, pedestrians and people with
                    disabilities.

                (d) Excavations.

                (e) Working around mobile plant.

                (f) Dust.

                (g) Interruption to traffic flows, queue lengths, network
                    impacts.

                (h) Working in vicinity of Rail Crossings.

                (i) Working around schools.

                (j) Access to commercial and adjacent properties.

                (k) Access to construction site by workers and construction
                    equipment.

                (l) Traffic control during dawn and dusk.

                (m) Night work – lighting etc.

                (n) Work in the vicinity of signalised intersections and
                    pedestrian crossings.

                (o) Other




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                                     ANNEXURE 202A

REQUIREMENTS FOR SIDETRACKS AND DETOURS

(Complete this Annexure if required – refer Clause 202.81. Denote as “NOT USED” if not
required, and delete this note)


TABLE 202C.01            APPROVED SIDETRACK LOCATIONS
Unless otherwise detailed in the Drawings, sidetracks shall be constructed at the following
locations

Section SLK                            Side             Comments
        (Road Name)

           FROM            TO          (LHS/RHS)

1

2

3

4


TABLE 202C.02            PROHIBITED SIDETRACK LOCATIONS
Unless otherwise detailed in the Contract, the construction of a sidetrack is prohibited at the
following locations.

Section SLK                            Side             Comments
        (Road Name)

           FROM            TO          (LHS/RHS)

1

2

3


TABLE 202C.03            CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE PARAMETERS
Sectio    Geometry                  Pavement              Maintenance     Sealing
n                                                                         Requirements




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          Desig                                  Finished
                                Min.    Min                   Min      Min
          n         Lane                         Level                         Seale        Treatme
                                Curve   Dept                  Gradin   Waterin
          Spee      Width                        Toleranc                      d            nt Type
                                Radii   h                     g        g
          d                                      e

          km        m           m       mm       mm           Per      Per day   Yes/N
                                                              week               o

All                                     150      +50/-50      3        6         No         N.A.




(NOTE: First line shows default parameters – amend as required, and delete this note)




TABLE 202C.04            EXISTING ROADS
The following existing roads are permitted to be used to detour traffic around the Works.

Section SLK                                Side             Comments
        (Road Name)

           FROM             TO             (LHS/RHS)

1

2

3

4




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                                       ANNEXURE 202B

TRAFFIC INCIDENT REPORTING FORM

 Region                                                    Incident Report
                                                           No.

 Contract                                                  Contractor
 Number

Major Incident Reports must be forwarded to the Superintendent within 48 hours of the
incident occurring or becoming apparent.

Contractors shall use this Form for reporting of Traffic incidents on works under Contract and
this form supplements the OSH Incident Reporting Form.

1.0          Details of         Reported to:            Supervisor        TMR       Other
Incident

OSH Incident                                           Atmospheric
                                                                              Light Conditions
Report No                                              Conditions

Fatality                                              Clear                 Day Light 

Injury                   Road Surface                 Overcast              Night Time 

Property Damage
                                                       Raining               Dawn/Dusk 
                         Unsealed 

Police Attended                                        Fog/Smoke/Dust
                                                                              Street Lighting
Yes/No                    Sealed                               

Time and Date of                                       Road Condition         On            
incident
                          AM / PM                      Wet                   Off           


                                                       Dry                   Not Provided 
                                   Mont
                          Day      h       Year

Other relevant details, (Last maintenance grade, watering and dust conditions):




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2.0          Details of Traffic Management in place:

TCD No:                                            Name of individual
                                                   that prepared the
                                                   TCD

Time last                                          Accreditation No:
inspected:

TCD Approved:                                      TMP Approved:

                       Day      Month   Year                               Day        Month      Year

3.0          Descriptions of Vehicles:

Detail (make, model/ped/cyclist/VRU)               Registration        Direction of        Age of
                                                   No                  Travel              Driver

3.1          Vehicle 1

3.2          Vehicle 2

3.3          Vehicle 3

Comments:




4.0          Description of Incident:

Draw the incident including the direction of travel, traffic control signs, fixed structures and
north point.




                                                                                                       North




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5.0           Attachments:       The following copies MUST be submitted with
                                 this Incident Report.

                                                       Approvals for
Approved TMP              Approved TCD
                                                       temporary speed          Daily Diary 
                                   
                                                       restrictions 




6.0           Police Report:

Accident
                                                                                            Mail or
reported to            YES        NO           Report made by                   Fax
                                                                        Phone               E-mail
Police:

Date Report                                      Police WA
Made                                             Reference Number
                      Day       Month Year




7.0           Details of Person Completing this Incident Form:

Name:                                                Contractor Name:

Position:

Date:                                                Signature:




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                   SPECIFICATION 202 GUIDANCE NOTES
Author’s Note:
DELETE THESE GUIDANCE NOTES FROM FINAL DOCUMENT AFTER USING FOR
REFERENCE

All edits to downloaded TDP documents shall be tracked (most word processing
software allows this to be done automatically). Deletions shall be struck through e.g.
example. Insertions shall be in italics e.g. example. If all information relating to a clause
is deleted then the clause number should be retained and the words "NOT USED"
should be inserted.

The proposed documents with tracked changes shall be submitted to the Project
Manager for review, prior to printing the final batch of documents. When this final
printing is carried out, the tracked changes option is to be turned off.

The Custodian of this specification is the Contract Management Performance Manager.




1.      PRINCIPAL IDENTIFIED HAZARDS


1.1    Edit the CONTRACT MANDATORY hazards to suit the Works by deleting those
not required, and add any CONTRACT SPECIFIC hazards as necessary.


2.      SIDETRACKS AND DETOURS (Clauses 202.08 and 202.81)

2.1       Where sidetracks or detours are required, include Clause 202.81 under the
section CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS as a supplement to Clause 202.08.
Complete Annexure 202A as required.

2.2         Project Managers should consider the use of sealed sidetracks for the safe
movement of traffic through the Works. Problems have been experienced on Works
where traffic (especially motorcyclists) has been required to travel on wet unsealed
sections of construction.

2.3          Design Requirements (Annexure 202A) – The Tables must be filled in to
ensure compliance with requirements. Please note that a construction-staging plan
should be developed along with the design such that the Principal can prove that the
construction of the Works can be done. The staging plan MUST be included in the
Information for Tenderers Book for Contractors to be informed that the design was
developed using this proposed staging. The Contractor may wish to approach staging
differently as an innovation to the Contract.

2.4       Exclusions for sidetracks must complement the Environmental
requirements.




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3.      TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS


3.1       Special requirements for Traffic Management can be inserted here, such as
may be required for densely trafficked urban situations.

3.2         Examples of typical requirements for inclusion in the Contractor’s TMP could
be as follows:

a)          Work to traffic lanes will be confined to non-peak traffic periods. Peak traffic
periods for normal weekdays Monday to Friday will be taken as:

             7.00 am to 9.00 am for the morning peak
             4.00 pm to 6.00 pm for the evening peak

             (Check peak traffic times for the particular Works situation)

b)           The existing number of traffic lanes may need to be maintained at all times.
             The minimum lane width available to traffic during the Works will be 3.0m.
             The minimum width of temporary traffic islands or medians will be 1.5m.

             (Again, check appropriate details)

c)           The maximum gradient for any temporary traffic ramp will be 10%, and will
             be negotiable in safety by semi-trailers and other large commercial vehicles.

d)           Through traffic lanes may need to be maintained in a sealed condition at all
             times. Newly-constructed through traffic lanes open to traffic without the
             final bituminous surface treatment will be provided with the surface
             treatment as specified in Annexure 202C.         This requirement will also
apply at all weekends and Public Holidays.

e)           The column “Other” could include the number of lanes required to be open
             for traffic during “periods of no work” longer than one day.




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          CONTRACT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS TO ADD OR DELETE
Author’s Note:

The following clauses are to be placed under the CONTRACT SPECIFIC
REQUIREMENTS, as required. Note after inserting the clause into Contract Specific
Requirements you will need to alter the clause number and heading to, “Heading 2”
style so that the newly inserted clause will be included in the Contents’ table.

Delete this note prior to printing.




202.81       SIDETRACKS AND DETOURS


202.81.01       DESIGN

1.            Sidetracks shall provide for two-way traffic flow and shall be   Width
constructed to give a minimum clear width of four (4.0) metres for each
lane of traffic.

2.          All sidetracks shall be constructed to the alignment shown         Alignment
on the Drawings, otherwise the sidetrack shall generally be constructed
outside the limits of earthworks but within the road corridor and comply
with the requirements of the Contract.

3.          The sidetrack alignment shall be deviated as much as               Deviations
practicable to maximise the retention of trees and other significant
vegetation.

4.          The sidetrack alignment and general geometry shall be such         Curve Radii
that horizontal and vertical curves are designed to meet the speed limit
posted for the sidetrack. The first horizontal curve leading away from
the existing road and into the sidetrack shall be designed to be a
minimum of 10km/h above the proposed design speed limit.

5.          Sidetrack grades shall be limited to a maximum of 10%.             Maximum
Grades exceeding 7% shall be sealed. An unsealed sidetrack shall               Grades and
have a maintained crossfall of between 4% and 6% to ensure dispersion          Crossfall
of surface water.

6.            Horizontal and vertical curves in combination shall be           Horizontal
avoided, especially on routes where high wide load vehicles or road            and Vertical
trains are likely to traverse the sidetrack.                                   Curves

7.          The construction of sidetracks will not be permitted at the        Sidetracks
locations as indicated in Table 202C.02 (Annexure 202A).                       Prohibited

8.          Unless otherwise approved by the Superintendent, the               Maximum
maximum length of unsealed sidetrack open to traffic in one continuous         Length
length shall not exceed five (5) km in any one direction followed by a
sealed roadway not less than 5km.




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9.          The Contractor shall stage the construction of the Works to     Staging of
minimise the disruption to all road users. The Contractor shall adjust      the Works
the staging as required to address the impacts of advertised events.


202.81.02       CONSTRUCTION

1.          At least 2 working days prior to commencing any work            HOLD
associated with the construction of sidetracks, the Contractor shall        POINT
advise the Superintendent in writing of the location, design speed,
alignment and width of such tracks, where such details are not
specified.

2.           Clearing and topsoil removal for sidetracks shall be as        Clearing
specified in Specification 301 CLEARING and Specification 302               and Topsoil
EARTHWORKS. Topsoil windrows shall be stockpiled within a two-              Removal
metre wide strip upstream of the sidetrack to avoid creating a "dam"
effect.

3.         After removal of topsoil and completion of the formation and     Compaction
shaping operation, the sidetrack foundation shall be compacted in
accordance with Specification 302 EARTHWORKS embankment
foundation. Embankment Construction shall be constructed in
accordance with Specification 302 EARTHWORKS.

4.          Where necessary, borrow material or other material provided     Sheeting
for sidetrack construction shall be imported for sheeting purposes in       Materials
locations where the insitu material does not produce the specified          and Depth
driving surface. The minimum compacted depth shall be 150mm (±
50mm). Clay soils with a Plasticity Index (PI) exceeding 10 shall not be
used as a surface material.

5.          The Contractor shall provide drainage to sidetracks including   Drainage
off road drainage to prevent ponding of water on or adjacent to the
sidetrack. Culverts shall be installed at creeks, streams and well-
defined low points as necessary in accordance with Specification 404
CULVERTS. Culverts shall be designed for an Average Recurrence
Interval (ARI) of one (1) year.

6.          Sidetracks shall be sealed to provide an all-weather surface    Sealing
at those locations nominated in this Annexure. Sealing shall be in
accordance with Specification 503 BITUMINOUS SURFACING.

7.           The Traffic Management Representative shall sign a             Certification
Certificate of Compliance that certifies the sidetrack meets the
requirements of the Contract. The Certificate shall be presented prior to
detouring traffic onto newly constructed sections of sidetrack.


202.81.03       MAINTENANCE

(a)     Sidetracks
1.           The Contractor shall maintain all constructed sidetracks in    Maintenanc
their specified condition for the duration of the Contract.                 e


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(b)     Existing Roads
1.          The Contractor shall maintain existing roads used for
diverting road users during the Contract to the conditions specified in
the Contract or to the condition existing at the commencement of the
Contract, whichever is the greater standard, until traffic is transferred to
completed sections of the Works or onto a constructed sidetracks.

2.           The Contractor shall undertake a condition survey and road        Approval
safety audit of the existing road to be used and submit to the
Superintendent a detailed report of the condition of the road prior to it
being utilised.

3.          The Contractor shall submit a road condition report for the        Road
existing portion of the road network to be utilised including the approval     Condition
to use the road network from the road asset owner e.g. Local Authority,        Report
CALM, Main Roads.


202.81.04       REHABILITATION

1.         Where sections of sidetrack are no longer required the              Rehabilitati
surface shall be rehabilitated in accordance with Specification 302            on
EARTHWORKS.




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